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Peek Inside Beyonce’s Renaissance Tour Wardrobe – All Her Custom-Made Looks 

Queen B is back with her most awaited Renaissance Tour. And as we have expected, the three-hour setlist is as impressive as it can be. With amazing performances, backgrounds, and, of course, my favorite custom-made outfits.

Beyoncé had all the top designers and fashion houses create some amazing custom looks for her tour. From designers like Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, and David Koma to fashion houses like Gucci, Fendi, and Louis Vuitton, the list is endless. 

Fashion designer David Koma expressed his views by saying, “A global tour like this is an incredible, culture-defining event,” he said. “Having seen some of the videos from this tour – you just know it’s a once-in-a-lifetime magical performance that every attendee will remember forever. And so many people will get to see it with 57 dates all over the world! And the fans who can’t make it, well, the power of social media can help you experience a small part of it from home. Considering the creativity that goes into putting on a show like that, it makes sense to work with designers for special couture and custom looks.”

Fellow designer Iris van Herpen also said, “In her epic Renaissance tour, Beyoncé embodies feminine empowerment. She symbolizes that confidence radiates from within and that beauty thrives in diversity. Her style is a kaleidoscope of elegance that inspired me and my team in every stitch, every bead and every petal.”

Best Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour Outfits

Now, if you wanna know all about the fabulous outfits that Queen B wore for her Renaissance Tour, then all you need to do is scroll through the article below. 

  1. Gucci 


  1. Pucci


“The singer added this colorful Pucci look to her tour wardrobe, designed by Camille Miceli, featuring the brand’s famed Giardino archival print. The outfit was finished with a matching cap and statement body chains.”

  1. Loewe


“For another of her Los Angeles shows, Beyoncé debuted this custom-made Loewe bodysuit in technical printed satin jersey with all-over appliqué crystals. The bodysuit featured a 3D printed balloon bra in red chrome finish.”

  1. Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs

“The singer looked to Marc Jacobs for one of her San Francisco outfit changes, wearing this black sequin corset dress with a red neck scarf and Swarovski crystal platform boots.”

  1. Marine Serre

Marine Serre

“Beyoncé and her dancers wore Marine Serre bodysuits for the performance in Las Vegas. The silver suit featured the brand’s recognisable moon print, and had a dramatic red overlay.”

  1. Loewe


“The singer showcased another custom Loewe look in St.Louis; the striking ensemble featured a 3D- printed integrated bra corset and Obi belt in silver chrome finish, over a black side-slit skirt in satin jersey.”

  1. Valdrini Sahiti

“Beyoncé opened her Miami show wearing this custom bodysuit with feathered accents and a flowing train, created by the Albanian designer Valdrin Sahiti. She paired the piece with retro sunglasses, sheer tights, and Mach & Mach shoes.”

  1. Gaurav Gupta

Gaurav Gupta

“Beyoncé went bold for her performance in Atlanta, wearing a neon green hooded couture gown by Gaurav Gupta, featuring a high-leg slit, structured bodice and flowing skirt. The superstar finished her ensemble with Tiffany & Co jewellery.”

  1. Alberta Ferretti

Alberta Ferretti

“The performer chose a red embellished leotard with a statement making fanned bodice, worn with embroidered gloves and a sheer flowing train.”

  1.  Ralph Lauren

 Ralph Lauren

“Beyoncé channeled old Hollywood glamour in this custom made Ralph Lauren look. The cream satin halterneck gown featured a pleated cutout train and was worn with tonal evening gloves and a boa with crystal fringe detailing.”

  1.  Carolina Herrera

 Carolina Herrera

“As the tour moved on to Charlotte, North Carolina, Beyoncé took to the stage in this custom-made Carolijna Herrera bodysuit with an attached silk taffeta hood. The piece was specially designed for Beyoncé by creative director Wes Gordon.” 

  1.  Gucci 


“The performer also debuted this custom embroidered Gucci bodysuit with silver sequin and crystal embellishment, and matching over the knee boots.”

“The Gucci look also featured a coat with graduating crystal and silver sequin fringe and a metallic wide-brim hat.”

  1.  Rabanne


“Beyoncé wore her second Rabanne look of the tour in Washington DC – a silver assemblage mini dress made with round mirror-effect plates – designed by Julien Dossena. She wore the party look with Jimmy Choo over-the-knee boots.”

  1.  Self-Portrait


“Beyoncé took to the stage in Washington DC wearing this glittering gold Self-Portraitlook and Jummy Choo shoes.”

“The look, designed by Self-Portrait creative director Han Chong, featured a gold hand-embelished sequin mesh bodysuit with feather cuffs, and a matching gold skirt.”

  1.  Nina Rucci

 Nina Rucci

“In Washington DC, the performer also debuted this Nina Ricci velvet and crystal bodysuit – designed by creative director Harris Reed and inspired by the brand’s archive couture gowns – with matching satin-bow platform shoes.”

  1.  Miu Miu

 Miu Miu

“Beyoncé added Miu Miu ensemble to her shimmering tour wardrobe, performing in a crystal-embroidered tank top with denim rhinestone shorts and fringed knee-high boots.”

  1.  Valentino


“Beyoncé debuted this pink Valentino ensemble in New Jersey. The singer’s look was specially designed for her by creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli, including a sequined bodysuit, matching boots, and feathered glasses.”

  1.  Tiffany & Co.

 Tiffany & Co.

“For her performance in Chicago, Beyoncé took to the stage in a custom Tiffany & Co couture ensemble, created in collaboration with the fashion designer Giles Deacon.”

“The designer’s sketch showed the statement silhouette of the dress – which was, of course, in that iconic Tiffany blue – as well as her custom-made Tiffany & Co Twisted Collar Necklace.”

  1.  Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini

 Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini

“Beyoncé added to the drama of her Renaissance world tour with a statement look by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini. The star wore a shimmering bodysuit styled with visor sunglasses, matching silver boots, and a pink fuzzy coat.”

“Beyoncé coat was cinched at the waist with a Swarovski crystal mesh belt, which perfectly matched her bodysuit.”

  1.  Marc Jacobs

 Marc Jacobs

“Beyoncé debuted this striking monochromatic look on stage in New Jersey, wearing a striped gown by Marc Jacobs covered in Swarovski crystals.”

  1.  Alexander Mcqueen

 Alexander Mcqueen

“One of Beyoncé’s most spectacular looks of all – a shimmering Alexander McQueen cape, covered in silver shard sequin embroidery. The singer performed above the crowd wearing a custom-made bodysuit with her cape floating behind her.”

  1.  Louis Vuitton

 Louis Vuitton

“Pharrell Williams has created a series of custom Louis Vuitton looks for Beyoncé’s tour – for the star herself as well as her daughter Blue Ivy and her dancers. Beyoncé wore this embellished crystal catsuit with matching pointed boots on stage in Detroit.”

“Beyoncé shared a closer look at her Pharrell Williams designed look during the Detroit leg of her tour. Blue Ivy wore a matching custom look with the same crystal embellishment. Her ensemble featured a coordinating crop top and trousers, worn with trainers.”

  1.  Alexander McQueen

 Alexander McQueen

“Beyoncé took to the stage in Chicago wearing a custom-made bodysuit with sequin horse detail, created by Alexander McQueen. The silver design was expertly embroidered onto a tulle black polka dot catsuit.”

  1.  Marine Serre

“To perform in Chicago, Beyoncé – along with her dancers – also wore a custom bejeweled bodysuit by Marine Serre, made from silver cutlery wrapped around the upper body, spelling out ‘Renaissance.’ 

“She layered it over a catsuit, which featured the signature Marine Serre moon print, and teamed it with matching silver ankle boots.”

“It has been an honor to design for Beyoncé and her team,” said designer Serre. “Beyoncé was one of the first supporters of the brand, so it means so much for me and my team to serve her again for this so special Renaissance tour, empowering women all around the world.”

  1.  Lanvin

“Beyoncé also debuted this custom silver lamé leotard and cape during the second act of her show at Chicago’s Soldier Field, with her dancers also dressed in matching metallic outfits.” 


“Each look was conceived in collaboration with stylist Karen Langley and inspired by the tour’s intergalactic themes as well as Lanvin’s rich and storied heritage. A single ensemble consisting of a leotard and cape required no less than 180 hours to create.”

  1.  Dsquared2

“Beyoncé wore the ultimate party look during her Louisville performance, wearing a custom Dsquared2 embellished bodysuit with shimmering beading and matching sheer opera gloves.”

  1.  Acne Studios

“Beyoncé embraced Barbie dressing in head-to-toe pink during the Minneapolis show. The performer took to the stage in a metallic coat, matching top, and shorts, all by Acne Studios.”

“She added show-stopping accessories to her look with shimmering over-the-knee boots and sunglasses, both also by the brand.”

  1.  David Koma

“Beyoncé shared a behind the scenes glimpse at her David Koma ensemble, worn to perform in Nashville, Tennessee. Her glittering red mini-dress featured a long train, matching thigh high boots, and statement jewelry.”

 David Koma

“David Koma – a favorite on the London Fashion Week schedule – shared a sketch of the outfits, showing its daring silhouette and sculptural design celebrating the female form, an aesthetic that Koma is known for.”

  1.  Alexander Mcqueen

Alexander McQueen

“Beyoncé added to the drama of her Nashville show in a shimmering bodysuit by Alexander McQueen. The beautiful custom-made design was expertly crafted from silver bugle beads, crystal embroidery, and sequins to make the look shine on stage.”

“The star finished her look with matching boots, cat-eye glasses, opera gloves, and a statement hat.”

  1.  Valentino

“Beyoncé embodied the iconic disco horse look from her Renaissance album cover in a shimmering Valentino dress, with matching over-the-knee boots.”

  1.  Tiffany & Co. 

 Tiffany & Co. 

“Beyoncé performed in a daring LBD featuring cut-out detail, delicate black beading, and statement shoulder pads. She teamed the dress with sheer opera gloves for added drama, as well as platinum and diamond jewelry by Tiffany & Co.”

“Beyoncé wore a bespoke Tiffany & Co dress, vintage earrings, and a custom anklet during her performance in Toronto, Canada. The special one-of-a-kind piece.” 

“Inspired by famed jewelry designer Elsa Peretti – featured sparkling chains of bezel-set stones with mesh to create a draping-like fabric. Her dress was handcrafted from around 150 feet of mesh ribbon and took more than 200 hours to create.”

  1.  Del Core

 Del Core

“In Warsaw, “Beyoncé posted one of her most dramatic looks yet – a shimmering green Del Copre ensemble, complete with a matching cape and boots. The star wore the piece to perform on a crystal horse, which features on the cover of her Renaissance tour album.”

Del Core shared an insight into the creative process behind making such a special piece for her Renaissance Tour.”

  1.  Carolina Herrera By Wes Gordon

 Carolina Herrera By Wes Gordon

“As “Beyoncé moved her tour to Hamburg, Germany, she went bright in a red design by Wes Gordon for Carolina Herrera. The mini dress, complete with a dramatic silk taffeta cape – featured a plunging neckline, crescent-shaped hemline, and matching gloves.”

  1.  Ferragamo By Maximilian Davis

 Ferragamo By Maximilian Davis

“Beyoncé exclusively wore Black designers in honour of Juneteenth for one recent Renaissance performance. One of her looks was this show-stopping red gown from Ferragamo by Maximilian Davis, which sparkled with red beading.” 

“She finished the look with statement silver Tiffany & Co cuffs. The star also championed other Black designers on stage, including Olivier Rousteing for Balmain, Ibrahim Kamara for Off-White, Feben and LaQuan Smith.”

  1.  Ivy Park

“Beyoncé debuted some new designs of her own during her world tour, including this neon pink look created under her brand Ivy Park. Beyoncé said in an Instagram post that she was “proud to be among the very talented Black designers featured.”

“I started designing this collection over a year ago,” she wrote. “I was so engulfed in all things Renaissance and was inspired by Studio 54, Bob Mackie, and the disco era.”

  1.  Iris Van Herpen

 Iris Van Herpen

“Beyoncé performed on stage in Amsterdam in a breathtaking design by Iris van Herpen, expertly crafted from 980 different shapes, Swarovski crystals, and a glass-organza cape. The ‘Heliosphere’ outfit took 12 people from Iris van Herpen’s atelier, working over a total of 700 hours.”

  1.  Alberta Ferretti

 Alberta Ferretti

“For her Marseille show, Beyoncé took to the stage in a beautiful metallic design by the Italian brand Alberta Ferretti. She added to the drama with a pair of black opera gloves.”

“The look featured a crushed crystal and gold sequin embroidered leotard with a draped mini-skirt and flowing train.”

  1.  Gucci


“In Amsterdam, the performer also debuted this custom corseted bodysuit in black faille with duchess satin detailing and draped crystal fringe by the brand Gucci.”

  1.  Stella McCartney

“As Beyoncé’s tour moved to Barcelona, she continued her stylish streak with a shimmering Stella McCartney look. The silver crystal dress and leggings were made from conscious materials at the designer’s London atelier, with lead-free crystals and responsibly sourced, traceable, and RWS-certified wool.”

 Stella McCartney

“It is a life moment to dress someone as iconic and inspiring as Beyoncé – a visionary pioneer, disruptor, and artist who has worked tirelessly to make the world a better place,” expressed Stella McCartney. 

“She is the embodiment of what it means to be a Stella woman, and I could not be prouder to design and create this custom look reflecting her power and glamour.”

  1.  Fendi


“Beyoncé performed in Barcelona wearing a custom leather catsuit designed by Fendi, with matching over-the-knee boots and gloves.”

“The singer layered an upcycled fur cape – also by Fendi – to finish off the ensemble, featuring a ribbon motif from the spring/summer 2022 collection. The look was inspired by the work of the legendary illustrator Antonio Lopez.”

  1.  Mary Katrantzou

“London-based fashion designer Mary Katrantzou designed a custom dress for Beyoncé”s final show in the UK capital. The bespoke peplum skirt and bodysuit were covered in crystal and gold sequins, creating an hourglass silhouette.”

“The idea behind the design was to mimic the form of a perfume bottle and was precisely engineered to her body.”

  1.  Tiffany & Co. 

 Tiffany & Co. 

“Beyoncé added some sparkle to her black floor-length gown with a pair of custom Tiffany & Co. diamond earrings which spelled out the name of her tour.”

  1.  Andreas Kronthaler For Vivienne Westwood

“During her London tour, Beyoncé took to the stage wearing a corseted look designed by Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood. The mini dress was crafted from black latex and featured structured spiral sleeves.”

  1.  Alexander Mcqueen 

“For Beyoncé’s London performance, she also wore this Alexander McQueen look: a deep red glittering dress with over-the-knee boots from the fashion house’s autumn/winter 2023 collection.”

  1.  Roksanda


“The star performed on-stage in London in this spectacular blue custom-made design by Roksanda, which featured matching gloves and a structured floating skirt.”

  1.  Paco Rabanne

 Paco Rabanne

“For her Paris show, Beyoncé leaned into the disco energy of her new album in a custom look by Paco Rabanne. She wore a silver assemblage dress made with round mirror-effect plates – a style that has become a signature of the brand.”

  1.  Brandon Blackwood

 Brandon Blackwood

“Beyoncé continued the UK leg of her tour in Sunderland, wearing a beautiful blue gown by Brandon Blackwood during the show. The star added to the drama with a pair of opera gloves and Tiffany & Co jewels, including an impressive chain necklace and matching earrings.”

  1.  David Koma 

 David Koma 

“For the Edinburgh leg of her tour, Beyoncé shimmered on-stage in a David Koma mini-dress and thigh-high silver boots. She added Tiffany & Co jewels and matched her silver eyeliner to her ensemble.” 

“The statement-making look was custom-made for the singer, like everything else in her on-stage wardrobe.”

  1.  Tiffany & Co. 

“Beyoncé dialed up the glamour for her Brussels leg of the tour, pairing this shimmering silver gown with Tiffany & Co jewelry, co-ordinating opera gloves, and Malone Souliers heels.” 

“The singer matched her silver eyeliner perfectly to the rest of her look, including her custom-made crystal necklace.”

  1.  David Koma

“Beyoncé kicked off her world tour in Stockholm wearing a holographic mini-dress by David Koma and Almarow earrings. Her backing dancers matched in coordinating David Koma looks. The dress came complete with a metallic, reflective coat and over-the-knee boots.”

  1.  Mugler


“In a nod to her fanbase, the ‘Beyhive,’ the singer wore a black and yellow chrome degradé bustier with matching leggings, chrome bee headpiece, and black vinyl gloves – all custom Mugler by Casey Cadwallader.”

“Casey Cadwallader provides a faithful reinterpretation of Mr. Mugler’s original bee headpiece from his spring 1997 couture collection to crown the Queen B, here paired with an architectonic body armor.”

  1.  Alexander Mcqueen 

“This shimmering custom bodysuit by Alexander McQueen features silver bugle-bead and crystal embroidery on a black mesh base and was worn with matching ankle boots.”

  1.  Loewe


“One of the most statement creating looks from opening night was this custom catsuit from Loewe, featuring the brand’s signature trompe l’oeil hands motif and matching rubber opera gloves, which was conceived in collaboration with costume designer Shiona Turini. Beyoncé finished the look with sparkling Tiffany & Co jewelry.”

  1.  Coperni


“For the show’s finale, the star wore custom Coperni as she was suspended over the crowd and floated down to the stage. Her look featured a high-shine silver cape and matching gloves, truly embodying the tour’s disco theme.”

  1.  Courrèges


“Another shimmering bodysuit came courtesy of Courrèges, which was worn with green thigh-high Gedebe boots and Tiffany & Co jewelry.”

  1.  Arturo Obegero

 Arturo Obegero

“Spanish designer Arturo Obegero decided to remix two looks from his past collections for this custom look for Beyoncé that featured his signature theatrical flair.”

  1.  Diesel


“This tour is not only an index of the hottest brands right now, but also a mini trend report of sorts. In case you hand’t noticed yet, trompe l’oeil is everywhere on the runways these days; and at Diesel, Glenn Martens is leading the charge.”

  1.  LaQuan Smith

 LaQuan Smith

“Beyoncé decided to wear all Black designers for her tour date in Amsterdam, which coincided with the Juneteenth holiday in the United States. One of them was New York-based LaQuan Smith, who she’s worn repeatedly in the past.”

  1.  Dundas


“Beyoncé has been wearing Dundas for years, debuting the label back at the 2017 Grammy Awards. Here, designer Peter Dundas reinterprets a fall 2023 look.”

  1.  Balmain


“Olivier Rousteing takes a page out of his own Renaissance Couture lookbook, and inducts Beyoncé into Balmain army with two out of the many pieces he created for her Renaissance Tour outfits.”

Wrapping Up!

Well, there you go, these were the most iconic outfits of her Renaissance Tour that Queen B wore for this global tour. 

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