CELEBRITIESBeyoncé (41) teams up with the luxury fashion house Balmain. The American singer has designed some pieces of clothing herself, in consultation with Olivier Rousteing, creative director of the French brand. The upcoming collection is inspired by ‘Renaissance’, Queen B’s seventh and successful album, which was announced in French ‘Vogue’. Renaissance Couture by Beyoncé x Balmain features sixteen outfits inspired by the sixteen songs on Beyoncé’s Grammy-winning ‘Renaissance’ album. On the cover of the French “Vogue”, the world star wears a long-sleeved dress covered with various rhinestones. The striking Balmain rug, which exudes luxury, is also fitted with a hood. The look is completed with a matching black velvet hat. Beyoncé shares the cover on Instagram, with the lyrics of ‘I’m That Girl’, the opening track on her latest record: “Touching everything in my plain view, and everything next to me gets lit up, too.” The new edition of the French ‘Vogue’ will be released on Wednesday 29 March. The “Break My Soul” singer also shared a snap of her with Olivier Rousteing, creative director of the luxury fashion house. “Thank you Olivier Rousteing and Balmain. Thanks to you, ‘Renaissance’ has been brought to life in couture,” she captioned the photo. “Designing with you was liberating. Thank you for allowing me to celebrate the human form, take artistic risks, push boundaries and express myself.” Queen B also thanks the team of the French ‘Vogue’. “Thank you for trusting our vision and for sharing it with the world,” she concludes. In addition, Beyoncé also shares a campaign video featuring all sixteen glamorous outfits from the brand new collaboration. Read more under the Instagram posts. You cannot view this contentThis content contains cookies from social media or other external platforms. Because you have disabled these cookies, this content remains hidden. Accept cookies from social media to display the content.
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Dream team In a statement, Beyoncé calls Balmain’s creative director “a partner from her dreams and a constantly innovative and evolving creative.” “Everything he has done as a black designer is inspiring,” said the singer. “From our very first meeting to his designs over the years for my performances, I knew we would collaborate on a collection one day. I am so proud of what we have created and the synergy that has developed between our teams.” And Olivier Rousteing also speaks highly of the world star. “Her spirit and musical tunes made me expand my fashion vision. It launched a tidal wave of new ideas. I started sketching non-stop and had an unsatisfied appetite to experiment with new techniques,” said the creative director. “I will forever be grateful to her for that inspiration. working together as a co-designer of this new ‘Renaissance’ couture collection.” Beyoncé and Adidas part ways The news comes a day after Beyoncé’s Ivy Park and Adidas decided to end their collaboration. The two brands had been working together for five years. But Queen B’s clothing line would not sell enough. sold to Ivy Park for $ 40 million. That is 250 million less than Adidas’ expectations. In 2021, the American singer’s brand raised $ 93 million. LOOK Beyoncé and Adidas split up after disappointing sales figures READ ALSO:
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