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Beyoncé Dazzles In Gold And Diamonds In Paris

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The superstar was a vision at Pharrell Williams’ debut show for Louis Vuitton.

When the crowd consists of people like Rihanna and her baby bump, Zendaya, Naomi Campbell, and sports stars like LeBron James and Lewis Hamilton, it’s hard to stand out. Not so if you’re Beyoncé, who shone so bright she wore XL mask sunglasses.

At Pont Neuf, the singer was unmissable in a Pharrell Williams-designed Louis Vuitton yellow brocade ensemble, which she accessorized with a beaded Coussin handbag and jewelry from Tiffany & Co., including a custom T Necklace and T Diamond wire ring adorned with diamonds, Paloma’s Studio Baguette gold ring with rubellites and amethysts, and a Schlumberger® Rope Three-row X ring with diamonds. Her best accessory thought, was her husband Jay-Z who later took the stage with Pharrell for a musical interlude that capped off the star-studded event.

Prior to her jaunt to Paris to support long-time friend Pharrell Williams’ debut as creative director of menswear for Louis Vuitton, Beyoncé was deep in her Renaissance world tour, her current concert tour that is shaping to be a fashion tour de force as well. The singer is known for her unabashedly bold style, and lately being something of a fashion diplomat thanks to her penchant for wearing local labels wherever she’s performing. There has also been no shortage of headline-grabbing custom creations from the likes of Mugler, Balmain, and Alexander McQueen. From club-ready pieces such as leather catsuits and mirrored bustier dresses, to more romantic, ethereal looks from the likes of Iris van Herpen, Beyoncé wears them all with similar aplomb. Her jewelry has also been getting noticed, thanks to a partnership with Tiffany & Co., who has provided several memorable looks for the singer, including a diamond earpiece composed of 4.5 carats of white diamonds.

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