Beyoncé’s “Black Is King”: 13 Best Fashion and Beauty Looks

For the opening scene of the film, Beyoncé was draped in an airy, yet ethereal dress by NYC-based designer Wendy Nichol.


Beyoncé in “Already” from the visual album BLACK IS KING, on Disney+© 2020 Parkwood Entertainment/Courtesy of Disney +

Bey is no stranger to catsuits! She and her dancers pranced in Marine Serre’s popular moon printed bodysuits that hugged every single curve for Black Is King. In addition to the printed suit, Beyoncé donned a braided Bantu knot hairstyle and knee-length braids, a new style that will be attempted by many!


A close up of the braided Bantu knots and cornrows style. Beyoncé unapologetically rocks braids, a hairstyle deeply rooted in Black history.


Braids take the spotlight on countless occasions throughout Black Is King. Here, Beyoncé wore braids structured on the top of her head, paying homage to the hairstyle worn by Mangbetu women. To complete the look, she wore a custom Timothy White tulle gown.


Beyoncé is known for donning daring embellished looks, especially when she is on tour. Here, she was adorned in Lace by Tanaya, a Black designer whose designs are often highly embellished or crystallized. 


Continuing on her bejeweled looks, Beyoncé rocked another Black designer, D.Bleu.Dazzled. The crystal-festooned catsuit and skirt flowed in every scene where it was featured. The skirt was a crystallized party on Beyoncé’s hips.


Back with the braids! To complement her full Michaela Stark denim ensemble, Beyoncé rocked floor-length knotless braids in her signature honey brown shade. 


The queen loves custom! For another look from a Black designer, the team tapped 5:31 JÉRÔME to custom create a textured corset gown with a matching headpiece.


Paying homage to the motherland designers, Beyoncé wore a houndstooth dress by Senegal-based Tongoro Studio. Her look was complete with cornrows and a complex styled braided bun. 


Last but not least, we just have to choose them all  — I know! The only conclusion to make while watching Black Is King is that Beyoncé killed every single look. We look forward to seeing how she’ll continue to create her legacy through her creative genius, especially through fashion and beauty.

Watch Black Is King on Disney+ here

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