Beyonce's Mrs. Carter Show Tour Opener: The 5 Best Looks and Designer Commentary
The Vrettos Vrettakos Catsuit
Beyonce glittered in a shimmering royal blue catsuit by Vrettos Vrettakos. Perhaps a stylish nod to daughter Blue Ivy, this glowing look may be our favorite look from the show.
The Blonds Bodysuit
Bey’ opened the show armored, in a gold warrior-like sequin-encrusted bodysuit by The Blonds embellished with golden breasts complete with a protruding nipple detail.
“When we were approached by Beyonce and her Creative Director Ty Hunter to collaborate on the Mrs. Carter World Tour we were thrilled,” The Blonds exclusively told Billboard. “We are all about the music when it comes to designing anything, so naturally that was our first question. When we learned it would be a compilation of ‘Naughty Girl,’ ‘Party’ and ‘Dance for You,’ the thought of celebrating the female form came to mind.” What better way to open a show than with a sinfully sexy bodysuit?
The Givenchy Suit and Matching Hat
From light to dark, Queen B can do no wrong. The singer brought her signature urban swagger to the stage in a black sequin-studded suit complete with mesh sleeves and zipper detail by Givenchy. The fierce look was accessorized with a matching cap with adorable animal ears.
The Emilio Pucci Ensemble
The “Love On Top” singer dazzled in graphic pastel colored shorts, a glittering lavender top, and thigh-high boots by Emilio Pucci.
"Dressing someone like Bey’ is beyond great," said Pucci creative director Peter Dundas in an official statement released by the Italian fashion house, "She's an incredible mix of beauty, artistry and just pure energy. Watching her rehearse before our midnight fittings made me want to run home and sketch. She's a true icon and doing the costumes for her show was a privilege for me and for Pucci."
The Ralph & Russo Peplum
Looking like a pure angel form the heavens, Bey’ stunned in a intricately hand-beaded white peplum one-piece by designers Ralph & Russo. Not entirely innocent, an added edge came in the form of military-inspired epaulets on the shoulders.