She’s worn custom Balmain, Valentino, Burberry, Gucci and now the internet is buzzing about her latest designer look worn during her latest stop on the tour. Beyoncé performed in a Versace "Barocco" print look created not only for her, but for the entire OTRII dance crew in Chicago. This print is an ode to Gianni Versace’s legacy and was originally designed back in 1991.
Talk about a fashion moment!
The custom black-and-gold body suit was covered in Swarovski crystals and paired with the matching oversize hooded cape jacket. Queen Bey wore the “Barooce” print thigh-high leather boots from Versace’s SS ’18 tribute collection to complete the ensemble.
The custom body suit was made especially for the "Queen," but, you can match the OTRII dancers with the leggings below.
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(Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Parkwood Entertainment)
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