Beyoncé Knowles-Carter is definitely on a new vibration with her latest fashion venture.
The Grammy Award-winning artist recently partnered with luxury fashion house Balmain to release a new collection inspired by the singer’s latest studio album, “Renaissance.”
According to People, Knowles-Carter, 41, co-designed the couture collection alongside Balmain’s creative director, Olivier Rousteing, and her stylist Marni Senofonte. The collection features 17 avant-garde pieces inspired by the 16 tracks from the performer’s album.
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“I was sketching and sketching as I listened, and sometimes you can’t control the emotion of your sketch. And I started to imagine the sketches inside her album, how they would relate to the songs and the lyrics—it wasn’t something I was supposed to be doing, but I was just inspired by the music to do it. And that’s how this started,” Rousteing told Vogue.
The collection, completed within five months, marks a historic moment in fashion.
“This appears to be the first time that a Black woman has overseen the couture offering from a historic Parisian house. And those designs were created in partnership with the first Black man to ever oversee all the...