For her shows, Beyoncé worked with multiple designers for the tour’s costumes including Emilio Pucci, Riccardo Tisci from Givenchy, Vrettos Vrettakos designers from Kenzo, Gucci, Roberto Cavalli and so much more. For her 2014 shows, the singer wore numerous new designs collaborating again with DSQUARED2, Givenchy, Pucci and Weitzman as well as with new designers such as Tom Ford, Versace and Karen Langley.
But this type of collaboration is not new of course; they exist for years in order to sublimate the female and male singers on stage. We can now say that there is a sort of race for the most extravagant and sublime outfits. And it’s not Lady Gaga (Alexander McQueen, Nicola Formichetti or Hussein Chalayan) or Alicia Keys (Giorgio Armani), Rihanna (Givenchy) and even or the iconic Madonna who are going to say the contrary.