Beyoncé wears all black designers for Juneteenth ‘Renaissance’ tour stop

Beyoncé is celebrating Juneteenth in style.

For her “Renaissance” tour stop in Amsterdam Saturday night, the pop superstar dressed exclusively in outfits created by black designers.

Observed each year on June 19, Juneteenth is a federal holiday that commemorates the emancipation of enslaved people in the US.

Standout looks from the show included a sparkling red gown by Ferragamo’s Maximilian Davis, a silver armor-like bodysuit by Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing and a crystal-covered catsuit by Feben.

Beyoncé also wore a strappy red bodysuit by Ibrahim Kamara for Off-White, a metallic lamé look by LaQuan Smith and a hot pink halter gown with dual hip-high slits from her own label, Ivy Park.

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Her red beaded Ferragamo gown was designed by Ferragamo’s Maximilian Davis.
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Another all-scarlet style came courtesy of Ibrahim Kamara for Off-White.
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She struck poses onstage in a shimmering Feben catsuit.
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While Beyoncé curiously declined to tag these designers and brands in her Instagram posts showing off her Juneteenth stage outfits, that didn’t stop members of the Beyhive from gushing over her “tour-drobe.”

“Even on Father’s Day you are still mothering,” one commented. 

“only beyoncé can give us a full fashion show at her concerts,” another added.

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Beyoncé sang “I’m That Girl” in a custom metallic corset made by Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing.
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And danced up a storm in hot pink Ivy Park.
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The “Crazy in Love” songstress has impressed fans with her ever-changing performance outfits, having sported custom styles by Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander McQueen and Valentino, to name but a few.

But not every bespoke ensemble’s held up to Beyoncé’s intense stage choreography.

During one of her recent sold-out concerts in London, the star debuted a towering embellished headpiece that kept sliding down as she danced, forcing her to ditch it before going on with the show.