Beyonce debuted yet another custom-made look on her Renaissance World Tour, this time one inspired by her Tiffany & Co. partnership.
Since the beginning of her world tour, the singer has been rendering powerful performances while giving several styles of inspiration.
Beyonce has been serving looks since she started the “Renaissance World Tour” in Europe and her latest mini dress is no exception.
The style icon looked glamorous in a custom chain mesh dress by Tiffany & Co.’s Elsa Peretti line as she took the stage in Toronto, Canada on Saturday, July 8.
The dress number glimmered and dazzled under the lights as Beyonce wowed the audience at Rogers Center during the lengthy concert.
The singer’s new dress drew inspiration from some of the late jewellery designer’s most famed designs: Diamonds by the Yard and Mesh.
Although it left little to the imagination, Beyonce pulled it off better than anyone else could.
The dress featured sparkling chains that mimicked fabric. It was adorned with bezel-set stones for the ultimate sparkle and sensual look and feel.
According to Tiffany & Co., Beyonce’s dress was handcrafted and took over 200 hours to make. It was also created from 150 feet of mesh ribbon woven with 300,000 rings through the mesh, side panels and shoulders
For her accessories, Beyonce wore jewellery from the brand, including Vintage Tiffany & Co. Swirl Earrings in Gold and Diamonds, as well as a Custom Tiffany & Co. Victoria Diamond Anklet in Platinum.
In the campaign, Beyonce wore the one-and-only Tiffany Yellow Diamond. The Diamond was made popular by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast At Tiffany.
The diamond is also known to be one of the largest yellow diamonds ever found at 287.42 carats back in 1878. Lady Gaga also sported the $30 million stone when attending the Academy Awards in 2019.
Likewise American socialite Mrs E. Sheldon Whitehouse back in 1957 — meaning only four women have ever worn the necklace in history.
Beyonce has shown no signs of slowing down since kicking off her tour in Paris last May. She has stormed cities like London, Barcelona and Amsterdam.
The Toronto show marks her first North American date while Nashville, Chicago, and Detroit are up. Beyonce’s tour will end in Kansas City on Oct. 1, unless the tour is extended.