Showing 'em how it's done: Only Beyonce could pull off denim playsuit with cut-out detail
Published 08/05/2015 | 10:24
Can we take a moment to appreciate the Queen Bey in all her fashion glory?
Beyonce might have been slated for her nearly nude couture Givenchy gown at the Met Gala, but she clearly doesn't listen to critics.
The Drunk in Love singer stunned in a double denim playsuit with a midriff cut-out detail and managed to make it look effortlessly elegant in behind the scenes photos on Instagram.
She wore the stylish look for dinner in New York last night, where she is shooting the new Givenchy campaign alongside the brand's creative director Ricardo Tisci.
Meanwhile, the superstar songstress' mother Tina Knowles has written a touching tribute to her daughters Beyonce, Solange, as well as Kelly Rowland and Angie Beyince, in time for Mother's Day in the US.
"When I’m feeling sad or not-so-cute or maybe a little sorry for myself, and you all include me in your group chat and tell me how hot I still look or how cool I am. Maybe you send me a crazy YouTube video," she wrote.
“I remember slumber parties after my divorce, when we watched old movies and ate a lot of ice cream. . .The roles were reversed, and it was ME who needed nurturing.”
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Knowles, who remarried actor Richard Lawson just last month, wrote a special segment especially for her eldest daughter, praising her kindness and compassion.
"Beyoncé, I wish people could see how you are when you’re not in front of the camera or on the stage," she said. "How compassionate and kind you are to people, how you look them right in the eye when you speak to them. How hard you work, how generous you are with your time and money.
"How you don’t care if anyone knows about it because you do it from the heart. I wish they could see you with the Make-A-Wish Foundation kids, how patient you are and how your love has helped to extend lives. Yes, you are a huge star, but you have somehow managed to stay grounded and humble in the wake of all your success."