Beyoncé has stirred up the internet with the announcement of her Renaissance world tour. News of the highly anticipated tour came just after the singer performed her first concert in five years at Atlantis The Royal Hotel’s “Grand Reveal Weekend” in Dubai last month.
One noticeable aspect of Beyoncé’s wardrobe since revealing her world tour is the number of independent designers she’s been supporting. During her performance, she wore a red Nicolas Jebran gown with a sequined-bodice style top.
In a recent Instagram post from designer Ali Karoui, Beyoncé is featured in a custom coat by the Dubai-based Tunisian designer. The style is a sparkling chartreuse double-breasted trenchcoat with a statement rhinestone buckle. Karoui also posted an illustration of Beyoncé and the coat design on his Instagram page.
For makeup, Beyoncé sported a matte lip, light blush, heavy mascara and gold eye shadow contrasting with the coat. For hair, she had it parted down the middle with thick, wavy curls.
To create her custom look, the singer worked with stylist KJ Moody, her longtime collaborator who was also responsible for her looks at the Atlantis The Royal Hotel’s “Grand Reveal Weekend” concert.
Moody has dressed Beyoncé in other independent labels, including Frolov, Atelier Zuhra and Saïnt Mojavï. On his Instagram, Moody thanked Karoui for making the coat, saying, “Thank you for making this beautiful coat for me in less than 24 hours in Dubai.”
In addition to helping elevate independent designers, Beyoncé is also hard at work on her Ivy Park sportswear brand. Last month, the singer and entrepreneur released her newest Ivy Park collection, titled Park Trail. The collection features gender-neutral performance apparel, footwear and accessories for men, women and kids.