Tee7days – Never underestimate a woman who understands basketball and loves Indiana hoosiers 2023 shirt

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The first look — a lemon-yellow polka dot dress studded with small shiny acrylic flakes from the waist down — was the work of Omani designer Rayan Al Sulaimani. Atelier Zuhra, a Dubai-based, mother-and-daughter owned eveningwear brand, is known for its intricate craftsmanship, including its signature laser-cut inlays. and craft. The dress was finished with a dramatic feathered Marabou tail that flared out around the superstar’s shoulders like wings. “We started designing the dress in November,” said Al Sulaimani, who worked with Beyoncé and her stylist, KJ Moody. Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images It is no coincidence that Beyoncé chose to open the concert—for the first time in four years—wearing a Middle Eastern designer outfit. The superstar is known for making her most meaningful fashion statements center stage, and last night she had the chance to shine with regional talent.

Never underestimate a woman who understands basketball and loves Indiana hoosiers 2023 shirt

For the first time, she invited her daughter Blue Ivy to perform with her in the duet “Brown-skinned girl”. Wearing a playful red sequin jumpsuit designed by her grandmothers Knowles-Lawson and Timothy White, Ivy shows no sign of stage fright, her lovely waist-length braids swings as she dances in chunky sneakers. “Make room for my baby, my brown girl, Miss Blue Ivy Carter,” Beyoncé said as she introduced the 11-year-old to the audience. The sweetest choreographed mother-daughter moment of the night. A third of the way to the 75-minute concert, Beyoncé changed her first outfit into a belted fiery red jumpsuit with a train and matching Nicolas Jebran gloves. This is not the first time they have worked together. The Lebanese designer — whose celebrity client list includes Jennifer Lopez, Gigi Hadid and Cindy Crawford — dressed the singer for the first time at the 2014 MTV Music Awards, after It was again for the 2018 Grammy Awards. Jebran said the long dress style was inspired by “royal attire” with a nod to “Emirati women” and their love of “accessories in gold and monochrome”. Fittingly, the outfit was completed with a sunburst-style tiara and an 80-carat diamond earring pendant by Lorraine Schwartz.

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With a stage atop the Palm Jumeriah—the famous 17-leaf palm-shaped island in Dubai—the backdrop for Beyoncé’s performance at the Royal Atlantis hotel last night was breathtaking to begin with. The invite-only crowd included the likes of Kendall Jenner, Black Panther actor Letitia Wright and several members of the star family, among them her husband Jay-Z, her mother Tina Knowles-Lawson, Her father is Matthew Knowles, and a 5-year-old child. -the old twins, Rumi and Sir. Fireworks lit up the bay as the superstar emerged wearing a haloed hat and singing Etta James’s “At Last,” a song she memorably performed at President Obama’s inauguration in 2015. She then moved from her winning performance of “Halo,” arguably her most vibrant power ballad, to her flawless performance of “Ave Maria.” Behind her, 48 members of the all-female Firdaus Orchestra based in Dubai, dressed in red sequins and glittering tiaras.

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