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After Kim Kardashian’s army in a sari for a print shoot of a cover of Vogue magazine, Hollywood has selected to supplement an Indian component to a high-octane conform play once again. This time, it was Beyonce who stepped out in a glamorous origination by engineer twin Falguni and Shane Peacock.
For a Wearable Art Gala, hosted by her mom and stepdad, Tina Knowles and Richard Lawson, Queen Bey channelled a Nubian soldier black look, in her see-through bullion gown. We like a bullion panels backing a perfect bodice and sleeves of a dress, and a large geometric sight that combined a thespian 3-D effect. Beyonce’s demeanour was accessorised with an equally thespian span of gold danglers and a skinny headpiece.
“The lead cutouts are placed strategically to impersonate a figure of a armour, as ragged by a Nubian armies,” a designers told Women’s Wear Daily. The twin took 10 days to make a outfit and worked closely with Beyoncé’s personal stylist Marni Senafonte to create a gilded outfit.
Complementing her mom in a bullion outfit was Blue Ivy. The six-year-old, who already looks like a budding fashionista, was embellished in a plume patterned poofy outfit from Annakiki, that was discriminating off with a beautiful bullion headpiece. Catch a glimpse here.
Beyonce’s stepdad, Richard Lawson, also chose to go in a off-white sherwani with a abounding detailing of burgundy on it. He reminded us of a Indian bridegrooms.
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