Megawatt divas were turning to high-end fashion houses for their tour wardrobes long before Beyoncé's Mrs. Carter Show. But the singer, who embarked on her latest international tour yesterday, has so far worked with not just one brand, but three.
Pucci's Peter Dundas made at least six costumes for the singer, calling her "a true icon," and adding that "doing the costumes for her show was a privilege for me and for Emilio Pucci." Stuart Weitzman created shoes for her to dance in. Both brands released sketches of their custom creations, and Dsquared2's Dean and Dan Caten announced that they were happy to create a piece for her tour wardrobe, too.
A look at the designer's sketches of Beyoncé's onstage gear, here in the gallery.