Monday, April 16, 2018

Beyonce in Balmain Performing at Coachella

Well Beyonce came through for her Coachella aka BeyChella performance on Saturday(April 14th) and she gave an electrifying performance wearing custom looks by OLIVIER ROUSTEING FOR BALMAIN. 

She opened the show wearing a Egyptian inspired costume that came with a shako like hat, an embellished bodysuit & matching cape. Being that the singer performed with a live marching band, this look was perfect for the opening showing her as the queen of the band which she is. You can see the details of the back HERE

She then changed into her second look, a yellow 'BAK' embroidered hoodie, distressed shorts and white iridescent fringe boots. Bey loves her distressed shorts and I thought this was a cute, playful look that kicked off her performance.

Her third look, featured a black patent leather jacket with the matching long sleeve bodysuit with fringe embellished shoulders and black thigh-high boots. The latex look is on trend and while she has used the fabric before, this sexy look was the perfect performance piece for her next act. 

For her fourth look, she worked another sultry look which featured a net embroidered top with leather bodysuit underneath and thigh-high boots. You can see a close-up of the detailed top HERE. Sexy with a attitude which suits her style. 

While there were rumors, it actually became a reality with Bey bought out Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams as they performed some of their top hits from the Destiny Child's days. For the fifth look, they wore camouflage sequin ensembles and boots. The camouflage was clearly an ode to their hit song 'Survivor' in which they were the print in the video and for one the live performances. My only quibble was with Bey's look. Clearly she had a bit of trouble with the top, as she kept tugging at it & covering it up while performing. Also the boots kept rolling down. Nonetheless, they all looked great here and this look was perfect for the ending.

Credit: Harper, Balmain, Ravie B

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