All The Custom Fashion From Beyoncé’s 2023 Renaissance World Tour

Beyoncé’s Renaissance tour began with a bang in Stockholm and it hasn’t slowed down since. The highly-anticipated show has featured inventive set design, a decades-spanning setlist, and a plethora of standout style moments—from to archival pieces to custom looks and nearly everything in between. The star’s wardrobe has combined her signature style with the visual ethos of the album Renaissance (think lots of sequins, silver, catsuits, and the occasional bee-inspired look). Beyoncé has also been wearing looks from brands specific to the city she’s performing in—for the UK leg of her tour she wore picks from the London-based Mary Katrantzou and Robert Wun while in Marseille, France she opted for a look by designer Simon Porte Jacquemus.

The singer has donned looks from both established brands—Valentino, Mugler, lots of Alexander McQueen, among others—as well as smaller labels like Anrealage and Brandon Blackwood. Balmain catsuits and mini dresses have been a constant throughout her tour wardrobe (in March, she partnered with creative director Olivier Rousteing to design a Renaissance couture line for the brand) as well as imaginative pieces from Loewe. Beyoncé began the tour in Europe which has seen her in London, Paris, and other cities with the last being Warsaw, Poland on June 28th. She will then head to North America with her last date coming in New Orleans, Louisiana on September 27th. Needless to say, there will be countless more style moments to come—so, to make sure you don’t miss one look, keep checking back here as we keep track of everything Beyoncé has worn during the Renaissance world tour.

Beyoncé certainly leaned into some drama (and disco) with this custom Valentino look in Philadelphia. The focal point was the seemingly never-ending sequined train that connected to the pouf bodice of the bodysuit. She paired the flashy piece with coordinating boots, and towards the end of the show, she flew above the crowd in this look while mounted on a horse.

The singer mixed in some more sequins in Philadelphia with this custom Givenchy mini dress. The piece featured intricately placed cut-outs as well as fringe throughout the dress. She rounded things out with strappy heels and sheer black opera gloves. She, of course, also had on diamonds from Tiffany & Co. in the form of a ring, drop earrings, and a tennis bracelet.

Beyoncé went with another camouflage look from her label Ivy Park, this one a two-piece set. The crop top had built in sleeve-gloves and the mini shorts also featured chaps-like detailing that extended into her boots.

Beyoncé has been wearing plenty of Tiffany & Co. jewelry throughout her tour, but she took it to another level for her first North American stop in Toronto, Canada. The singer donned a dazzling bespoke mini dress from the brand complete with layers of chains and stones. The mesh look of the piece was inspired by the designs of Elsa Peretti and took nearly 200 hours to make. Beyoncé paired the piece with custom Malone Souliers heels as well as vintage earrings and an anklet both from Tiffany & Co.

Also while in Toronto, the singer traded her layered mini dress for a dazzling custom Fendi gown. The piece is a riff on a similar look from the brand’s spring/summer 2021 couture collection and features a daring slit as well as crystal embroidery meant to imitate the appearance of honeycombs. She rounded out the look with another pair of clear heels and statement tassel earrings.

Leave it Beyoncé to make comouflage cool. During the Toronto stop of her tour, the singer wore a fully patterned ensemble from her brand Ivy Park. The look featured a cropped jacket, over-the-knee boots and a plunging bodysuit.

For the final stop of the European leg, Beyoncé went with a slew of sequined and silver ensembles while performing in Warsaw, Poland. This look, by Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing, featured a dramatic bodice that cascaded down her side as well as a daring slit at the skirt. The singer rounded out her look with velvet gloves and a pair of Manolo Blahnik heels.

While Beyoncé has had some pretty avant-garde outfits, this Richard Quinn number may be her most “Alien Superstar” yet. The look featured legging-style pants with large crystal embellishments as well as a peplum-inspired top finished with similar adornments. However, the focal point of the ensemble is certainly the UFO-like headpiece that obscured everything but the singer’s eyes.

Outfitting an entire crew and Beyoncé is certainly no small feat, but global brand Daily Paper seemed to be up for the task. During the “Opulence” section of her concert in Warsaw, Beyoncé donned an embellished black jumpsuit and reflective track jacket from the brand—which she paired with knee-high boots and one of her signature top hats. In addition to Beyoncé’s look, Daily Paper designed over 100 custom tracksuits for her crew and dancers, mostly in silver reflective nylon.

Just one night after sporting a similar hooded piece while in Paris, Beyoncé went with another veiled look, this time, for her concert in Hamburg, Germany. The ensemble is designed by Carolina Herrera creative director Wes Gordon and features a plunging bodysuit, sheer red tights, and a silk hood that connects at the head and arms. Of course, the singer also had on her signature opera gloves and glitzy earrings to round out the look.

Again in Hamburg, the singer chose a look from Ivy Park—one of a wider selection of pieces from an upcoming collection between her brand and Adidas. Naturally, backup dancer’s leotards matched her ruched mini dress and knee-high boots.

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Ferragamo’s creative director Maximillian Davis designed this red glittering gown for the singer’s show in Amsterdam. In honor of Juneteenth, Davis was one of several Black designers that Beyoncé wore throughout the show.

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This robo-couture custom Balmain look featured silver-plated detailing that paneled the singer’s bodysuit. She paired the piece, which drifted into gloves, with a pair of knee-high boots.

“In the industry where we have to all fight, I want to thank [Beyoncé’s] support last night [to] all the Black designers that had created their own space in this tough industry,” Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing said. “This was the celebration.”

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This is the second all-red Off-White look worn by Beyoncé during her tour. Her second version, however, featured a shortened silhouette and an accompanying top hat that was designed by the brand’s art and image director Ibrahim Kamara.

For her second Balmain look in Amsterdam, Beyoncé went with another iteration of the bee-inspired catsuits we’ve seen repeatedly on her tour thus far. This time, she paired the ensemble with a coordinating top hat rather than her infamous insect-like antena.

New York designer LaQuan Smith crafted this silver, shattered glass bodysuit for the singer’s Amsterdam stop. She paired the plunging piece with an equally as disco-worthy cape and heels.

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London-based brand Feben outfitted Beyoncé in a color-blocked catsuit. “Thank you for inviting me into your world,” the designer wrote on Instagram. “What an incredible moment to be a part of, and a pivotal one for myself, and my inner child. It means the world to be supported and seen as a Black female designer in the industry.”

This deep silver mini dress was the second look from Ferragamo the singer wore in Amsterdam. The look featured ruched detailing that drifted into a train and above-knee boots.

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While Beyoncé has, seemingly, unlimited access to a never-ending roster of designers, she went with her own label Ivy Park for this pink look in Amsterdam—and rightly so. Designed by the star herself, the piece featured daring slits, opera-style gloves, and a halter neckline.

“I started designing this collection over a year ago,” she said on Instagram. “I was so engulfed in all things Renaissance and was inspired by Studio 54, Bob Mackie, and the disco era.”

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In Amsterdam, the singer went with a custom Gucci corseted leotard. The glitzy piece featured sheer detailing and draped crystal fringe that fell across the bodice area.

Naturally, Dutch designer Iris van Herpen was a standout of Beyoncé’s wardrobe for her first night in Amsterdam. The custom look, which took over 700 hours to make, featured a flowing train paired with a sculptural mini dress.

Yes, you can always count on Beyoncé to wear a form-fitting catsuit. But this one by Lebanese designer had a handful of eye-catching details. The bodice was composed of various strands of rhinestones and crystals and the sheer portion wrapped entirely around her body (even down to her boots).

French designer Simon Porte Jacquemus is from Marseille, France so it’s fitting that he outfitted the singer for her tour stop there. Jacquemus, who attended the concert, designed a form-ftting mini dress, boots, and gloves that featured disco ball-esque paillettes.

“[Beyoncé] is the first singer I saw live in Marseille 15 years ago,” he wrote on Instagram. “I’m so happy and proud. What a night in Provence, means a lot.”

This custom gown by Alebrta Ferretti has an embroidered leotard and a gold draped train that cascades down the singer’s side. Beyoncé wore the eye-catching piece with matching knee-high boots and black opera gloves (which have been a running theme in many of her looks throughout the tour thus far).

Beyoncé went with a sparkling, disco-inspired Stella McCartney dress and stirrup leggings for her concert in Barcelona, Spain. The custom look was made of environmentally friendly materials such as silver lead-free crystals.

“It is a life moment to dress someone as iconic and inspiring as Beyoncé—a visionary pioneer, disruptor, and artist who has worked tirelessly to make the world a better place,” the British designer said. A pair of clear Amina Muaddi heels rounded out the ensemble.

The star wore a custom Fendi leather intarsia catsuit for her show in the Spanish city. It was paired with over-the-knee boots, matching gloves, and an upcycled fur cape inspired by illustrations by Antonio Lopez as seen in Fendi’s spring 2022 collection.

For her fifth and final show in London, Beyoncé wore a custom Mary Katrantzou surrealist mini dress with black and gold detailing. The look, meant to resemble a perfume bottle, also featured a custom Stephen Jones bottle top headpiece, latex boots, and gloves.

The 41-year-old singer opted for a dramatic “Black Blossom” Robert Wun look. The form-fitting ensemble featured a plunging blazer accented by ruffled sleeves and asymmetrical pleated detailing.

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Beyoncé again went with another British label for her third London show, this time a custom Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood look. The mini latex dress features corset-style detailing and sheer spiral sleeves.

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Beyoncé wore a custom royal blue Roksanda number for her London show. The piece is a riff of a similar dress from the brand’s fall/winter 2023 collection.

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Alexander McQueen has been a staple of Beyoncé’s Renaissance wardrobe thus far. Here, she wore a custom deep red embroidered dress with coordinating boots and opera gloves—an iteration of a similar look from their fall/winter 2023 collection.

The signature silver paillettes of Paco Rabanne fit perfectly into the visual aesthetic of Renaissance, so its no surprise the star opted for a piece from the brand. She wore a glitzy custom gown for her show in Paris.

The 41-year-old looked ethereal in a custom light blue gown by New York brand Brandon Blackwood. She paired the off-the-shoulder number with coordinating opera gloves and silver jewels.

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Beyoncé chose a statement-making Off-White look for her London show. The red bodysuit features a bustier-style top and 40,000 red hotfix crystals throughout.

Ditching the catsuits that fill the latter half of her concert, Beyoncé has chosen a series of stunning gowns for the opening segment of her show. Here, she wore a white Valentino dress complete with a train and coordinating opera gloves.

The singer was worn several looks from London-based brand David Koma over the course of her tour—one of them being this asymmetrical mini dress that features glittering fringe and wide shoulders.

The star has worn a silver two piece set from Loewe for several of her tour stops. On top of the long sleeve, she layered a molded breastplate and rounded out the look will silver boots.

This custom Dolce & Gabbana bodysuit is one of many bee-themed looks that Beyoncé has worn (there’s a reason she’s referred to as the Queen B after all). The piece features black and yellow embroidery as well as coordinating opera gloves.

Beyoncé continued her longstanding relationship with Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing—here, she wore an silver asymmetrical mini dress, thigh high boots, and wraparound sunglasses.

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Beyoncé kept the bee theme rolling at the opening night of her tour in Stockholm. She wore a custom Mugler catsuit complete with towering antennas and bug-like sunglasses.

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This custom look from Alexander McQueen features bugle bead and crystal anatomical embroidery. Beyoncé wore the piece during the opening night in Stockholm.

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This trompe l’oeil Loewe catsuit has become a fan favorite throughout the star’s tour. The piece was custom made by the brand’s creative director Jonathan Anderson and is a play on a similar dress that recently went down the runway.

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Beyoncé has worn this silver cutout bodysuit from French brand Courrèges several times thus far.

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Beyoncé and her dancers wore colorful David Koma looks for opening night. The ruched dress, which she wore with a reflective jacket, is inspired by the brand’s Spring/Summer 2023 collection.

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Beyoncé wore another custom Balmain look, a catsuit complete with the brand’s signature silver embroidery.

Beyoncé donned a color changing robe by Japanese brand Anrealage in what was one of the more experimental looks of the tour. The piece changed colors when exposed to UV lights and revealed a stained glass-like pattern.


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