We’re tracking every couture custom from the North American leg of Bey’s tour.
This article was originally published on July 13 and has been updated.
In case you missed it, Beyoncé is in the middle of an historic world tour — her first in seven years! — and the jaw-dropping outfits she’s been sporting have been just as captivating as her Renaissance Tour performances.
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We covered the first leg of Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour looks above, and now that Queen Bey is on North American soil, we’ll do our best to log all her new concert ensembles here. First up: Canada’s very own Toronto, where Beyoncé and her wildly talented crew of backup singers and dancers performed two epic shows on July 8 and 9.
Beyoncé kicked off the North American leg of her Renaissance Tour by opening the show in a custom Tiffany & Co. Elsa Peretti mesh dress. The one-a-kind creation featured chains of bezel-set stones on approximately 150 feet of mesh ribbon that took over 200 hours to make. Bey complemented the look with (what else?) a Tiffany & Co. jewellery — vintage earrings and a custom anklet.
Later on in the July 8 show at Toronto’s Rogers Center, the queen debuted another new tour outfit that was giving Destiny’s Child “Survivor” (IYKYK). The pop star’s camouflage look was comprised of a sequined bodysuit, a custom sequined cropped jacket by Adidas x Ivy Park, and thigh-high heeled boots. She accessorized the shimmering camo moment with knit gloves, oversized black sunglasses, and a wide-brimmed hat that she took off to showcase her honey-blonde inches.
For night two in Toronto, Bey busted out yet another sparkly new outfit in the form of a custom lace Fendi dress with honeycomb-inspired crystal embroidery based on the house’s Fendi Couture Spring/Summer 2021 collection.
For her first Renaissance Tour concert in the U.S., Beyoncé slipped into a custom Givenchy mini-dress that was accented by intricate cut-outs and flourishes of fringe. The singer accessorized the dress with ankle-tie heels, sheer black opera gloves, and Tiffany & Co. diamonds.
Bey chose another sequin-covered camo outfit from Ivy Park for her Philadelphia tour stop, this time a two-piece set with attached gloves and chaps-like detailing that extended into her boots.
Finally, the superstar selected a dramatic silver look from Valentino to close her Philly show. The ensemble featured a miles-long cape, and she finished the look off with sparkly boots — and a matching silver horse, naturally.
For the next stop on her U.S tour, Bey fully committed to the disco cowboy aesthetic she’s been sporting all Renaissance season. Wearing a glittery red dress, the “Cuff It” singer accessorized with patent leather cowboy boots and a statement belt and necklace.
She then changed into a hot pink look that would give Margot Robbie and the rest of the Barbie movie cast a run for their money. True Beyhive members will be quick to clock the similarities of this Ivy Park outfit to the one she wore in Amsterdam and Toronto. But instead of a gown, Beyoncé turned it into a fringed romper and jacket and added another pair of thigh-high boots.
Then to top it all off, Queen B collaborated with British fashion royalty, Alexander McQueen, on an embroidered bodysuit with matching gloves and shoes.
To open her Louisville show, Beyoncé wore a plunging Dsquared2 bodysuit adorned with layers of rhinestone embellishments and accessorized the look with — what else? — matching elbow-length gloves.
Later in the show, Bey shimmied in a custom two-piece set by Raisa Vanessa. The ’fit was covered in rectangular gold sequins and accented by two thigh-high slits.
For her third fresh Louisville look, the superstar temporarily shelved the all-over sparkle, selecting this custom Diesel catsuit. The ensemble may look like denim but it’s actually a trompe l’oeil look pattern meant to look like the fabric.
This Barbie is actually Beyoncé! The singer embraced all things Barbie during her concert in Minneapolis the day before the much-anticipated movie hit theatres in this metallic pink Acne Studios outfit. She accessorized her micro-shorts and bustier with a long, oversized coat and sparkling thigh-high boots.
Next, the queen Bey (and queen of bodysuits) wore a jaw-dropping custom Alexander McQueen creation complete with sequin horse embroidery on a tulle base.
Balmain designed this futuristic sculptural latex bodysuit ensemble, complete with retro knee-high boots, oversized shield sunglasses, and an exaggerated wide-brimmed top hat.
Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour isn’t just about catsuits, darling. Behold: a custom Schiaparelli couture creation fit for the Met Gala red carpet.
Beyoncé wowed the Chicago crowd in this silver custom Marine Serre bodysuit. Queen Bey adorned the sleek catsuit by layering silver chain bra and panties on top.
This liquid-look silver bodysuit is incredible, but look a little closer and you’ll see Beyoncé’s matching opera gloves have metallic nails attached to them. Meow! Just another example of how the queen never ceases to surprise.
Beyoncé opened her Detroit show in a jaw-dropping gold crystal mesh dress by Adidas x Ivy Park. The singer wore a custom version of the brand’s cover-up dress (which is for sale on the Adidas x Ivy Park website) that featured long sleeves, a draped hood, and waist-cinching fabric.
Later in the show, Bey wore a custom full-length Louis Vuitton crystal bodysuit designed by Pharrell Williams which she paired with oversized sunglasses and a signature wide-brimmed hat. According to Pharrell, the look, which features Louis Vuitton’s iconic Damier checkered print, was “designed with the intention that a true, rare, very powerful spirit is meant to move.”
East Rutherford, N.J.
For the first of her two shows in East Rutherford, Beyoncé stepped out in a custom black and white striped gown by Marc Jacobs that was covered in Swarovski crystals. The singer paired the look with dramatic dangly earrings and a sleek pair of white opera gloves.
Queen Bey later wowed audiences by stepping out in a bold Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini look. The outfit consisted of a shimmering sequined bodysuit with cone bra which she paired with metallic silver boots, edgy sunglasses and a major fuzzy pink coat.
Next up was Beyoncé’s take on a classic summer outfit, only the superstar’s tank top and cut-off shorts were embroidered with thousands of crystals and rhinestones. The star completed the Miu Miu look with a pair of custom Christian Louboutin silver fringe thigh-high boots and sparkling dangly earrings. It was giving “Crazy in Love” 2.0 and yes, we’re crazy in love with the reference.
The singer later hit the stage in a custom blue, orange and camo-printed Ivy Park jersey embellished with extra-sparkly glitter. Twinning with her daughter Blue Ivy, Bey paired the look with thigh-high camo-print boots and a classic silver wide-brimmed hat.
To end the night, Queen Bey hit the stage in a custom silver and bronze Alexander McQueen bodysuit which, fittingly, featured sequined horse embroidery. As she flew over the crowd, the outfit’s silver cape flawlessly draped across the iconic Renaissance Tour horse.
As she hit the stage in Foxborough, Beyoncé rocked the sheer trend in a bespoke look by Paris-based designer Arturo Obegero. The sultry all-black outfit featured a corset bodysuit complete with an embroidered lace cape, lingerie-esque thigh-high fishnet stockings, a matching lace-embroidered fascinator and bejewelled silver sunglasses.
Next was a custom reflective silver costume by Peter Dundas with Dundas World. This futuristic look included a shiny mini-dress with a crystal ‘B’ on its belt, a hat with the same ‘B,’ a matching trench coat and coordinating ankle boots. When Bey removed her coat for the bigger dance numbers, silver opera gloves and a mesh top adorned with mirrors were revealed.
Later in the show, Beyoncé wowed in an all-white custom Alon Livné jumpsuit complete with a ruffled cape. The sheer catsuit was accented with vertical stripes along the sleeves, chest and legs which accentuated the white bustier Bey paired with the look.
In D.C., Bey opened the show in a stunning Old Hollywood-inspired Ralph Lauren gown. The floor-length, halter-neck custom cream satin dress featured a long train, was accented with crystal trimming, and was paired with satin evening gloves and a full feather boa.
Beyoncé wowed in a sparkly gold mesh bodysuit and matching skirt designed by Self-Portrait’s creative director Han Chong. The bodysuit had long sleeves with dramatic feather cuffs that flowed in the air as Queen Bey busted out her iconic dance moves.
Next up was a brand-new Off White look. This outfit consisted of an electric blue crystal-embellished bodysuit and matching Gedebe thigh-high heels that even had their own pockets!
To open her second show in Washington (and not miss a single beat while performing in the rain), Bey sported a custom crystal and velvet bodysuit by Nina Ricci designer Harris Reed. The velvet bodysuit featured crystal mesh cutouts along its sweetheart neckline and tights that met matching satin-bow platform shoes.
Later in the show, Beyoncé changed into a silver Rabanne mini-dress that shimmered as raindrops fell against the sequins. The singer completed this look with a pair of thin-framed sunglasses, her signature thigh-high boots and opera gloves.
The superstar then wore a custom Gucci bodysuit with super-sparkly sequin and crystal fringe embellishments topped with a matching overcoat. To complete the outfit, Bey paired the look with matching crystal-covered knee-high boots and a metallic wide-brimmed hat.
Bey sported a custom all-black Carolina Herrera look in Charlotte that featured a plunging bodysuit, sheer tights, and a silk hood that connected to her opera gloves. To complete the ensemble, the singer paired the look with dangly earrings and black strappy heels.
To belt out “Crazy In Love,” Beyoncé wore a custom Gaurav Gupta all-white asymmetrical bodysuit with sculptural detailing that extended over her left shoulder. The look was completed with sequined thigh-high boots that connected to the bodysuit and classic Beyoncé Renaissance Tour favourites — a wide-brimmed reflective hat and sequined, silver-framed sunglasses.
Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour continues in Atlanta on August 11 — we can’t wait to see what Queen Bey wears next.