Beyoncé‘s “Renaissance” World Tour has arrived, and with it one dazzling concert ensemble after another. On May 10, the Grammy Award-winning artist kicked off the opening night of her tour in Stockholm, Sweden. While performing to a sold-out crowd, Beyoncé made magic happen in an entire collection of custom designer outfits.
Opening the show with “Dangerously in Love,” Beyoncé lit up the stage in her first look of the night: a metallic Alexander McQueen catsuit and Tiffany & Co. jewelry styled by Shiona Turini. The one-piece design featured a futuristic silhouette, complete with rounded shoulder pads and prominent hip embellishments. The entire outfit boasted intricate beadwork and an electric design adorned with hundreds of sparkling crystals, which beautifully complemented her chrome manicure.
As the evening progressed, Beyoncé’s wardrobe only became more extravagant. In addition to the catsuit, her concert wardrobe included a sequin Courrèges bodysuit with a cyborg-inspired asymmetrical sleeve. She paired the look with ruched thigh-high boots in white by GEDEBE and a single black glove. During a performance of “Crazy in Love,” Beyoncé also wowed in a black Balmain bodysuit with a white netting overlay. Her stylist, Julia Sarr-Jamois, completed the ensemble with sky-high patent leather boots.
Additional looks from the opening night included a shimmering gold Loewe catsuit, a cutout Mugler bodysuit in yellow and silver, and an iridescent wrap dress layered under a reflective jacket by David Koma. Her style team paired the final look with floral statement earrings and ombré cowboy boots. At one point, she even gave a nod to the “Renaissance” album cover in a sheer cape embellished with metallic feathers while riding on top of a crystal horse onstage.
And she’s not about to let the same costume set get repetitive, either. The global superstar landed in the UK on May 17 and wowed crowds at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff with her incredible vocals and some new stage outfits. One look, in particular, included a heavily encrusted black and yellow plunging bodysuit. Cementing her status as Queen Bey, the ensemble, inspired by bees, glistened in the lights as she teamed the bodysuit with thigh-high patent boots, sparkly black opera gloves, and eyepatch sunglasses.
Taking the stage on May 29 in London, she debuted yet another outfit, this time with her daughter Blue Ivy in tow. For her performance at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Knowles-Carter wore a bespoke, encrusted bustier-style body suit by Off White with matching boots. Blue Ivy matched her mom, wearing a red zippered jumpsuit of her own, replete with dark sunglasses.
On her June 18 show Amsterdam, Netherlands, she honored Juneteenth — the holiday that commemorates June 19, 1865 when enslaved people in Galveston, TX, were finally told they had been freed — by wearing all Black designers. The mother-of-three wore designs from Balmain, Ferragamo (led by creative director Maximilian Davis), and her own Ivy Park to name a few.
And the “Renaissance” tour has only just begun. With additional tour dates recently announced, we expect Beyoncé will be delivering dozens of unforgettable onstage style moments over the next five months. Ahead, see all of the singer’s best tour outfits so far.