We’re tracking ever couture custom from the North American leg of Bey’s tour.
In case you missed it, Beyoncé is in the middle of an historic world tour — her first in seven years! — and the jaw-dropping outfits she’s been sporting have been just as captivating as her Renaissance Tour performances.
We covered the first leg of Beyoncé’s Renaissance Your looks above, and now that Queen Bey is on North American soil, we’ll do our best to log all her new concert ensembles here. First up: Canada’s very own Toronto, where Beyoncé and her wildly talented crew of backup singers and dancers performed two epic shows on July 8 and 9.
Beyoncé kicked off the North American leg of her Renaissance Tour by opening the show in a custom Tiffany & Co. Elsa Peretti mesh dress. The one-a-kind creation featured chains of bezel-set stones on approximately 150 feet of mesh ribbon that took over 200 hours to make. Bey complemented the look with (what else?) a Tiffany & Co. jewellery — vintage earrings and a custom anklet.
Later on in the July 8 show at Toronto’s Rogers Center, the queen debuted another new tour outfit that was giving Destiny’s Child “Survivor” (IYKYK). The pop star’s camouflage look was comprised of a sequined bodysuit, a custom sequined cropped jacket by Adidas x Ivy Park, and thigh-high heeled boots. She accessorized the shimmering camo moment with knit gloves, oversized black sunglasses, and a wide-brimmed hat that she took off to showcase her honey-blonde inches.
For night two in Toronto, Bey busted out yet another sparkly new outfit in the form of a custom lace Fendi dress with honeycomb-inspired crystal embroidery based on the house’s Fendi Couture Spring/Summer 2021 collection.
For her first Renaissance Tour concert in the U.S., Beyoncé slipped into a custom Givenchy mini-dress that was accented by intricate cut-outs and flourishes of fringe. The singer accessorized the dress with ankle-tie heels, sheer black opera gloves, and Tiffany & Co. diamonds.
Bey chose another sequin-covered camo outfit from Ivy Park for her Philadelphia tour stop, this time a two-piece set with attached gloves and chaps-like detailing that extended into her boots.
Finally, the superstar selected a dramatic silver look from Valentino to close her Philly show. The ensemble featured a miles-long cape, and she finished the look off with sparkly boots — and a matching silver horse, naturally.
The Renaissance Tour picks back up on July 15 in Nashville, Tenn. and with all the country music references that location lends itself to, we can’t wait to see what Beyoncé wears next.