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Beyoncé’s style evolution as Renaissance era begins, from matching with Destiny’s Child to glowing at Coachella
Queen Beyoncé Knowles heralds a new era in her expansive career, with the release of her seventh studio album Renaissance.The first track to debut from the record, Break My Soul, sent fans into a frenzy across the globe, hinting at the disco vibe fans are expecting with the superstar’s new music, as they wait to hear songs including Virgo’s Groove, Alien Superstar and Thique.The release of a new Beyoncé album isn’t just about the music – it’s about the artist’s entire vision, from her cover art to the elegant, regal, futuristic aesthetic she brought with the looks from her recent awe-inspiring British Vogue photo shoot.The 40-year-old has gone through a huge style evolution over the years, constantly evolving to reflect herself as an artist and a person, and her dedicated fandom has followed her every step of the way.From those unforgettable matching ensembles she used to wear with Destiny’s Child to her iconic bumblebee yellow hoodie and denim short combination at Coachella, let’s take a look back at how her style has evolved over the years.Destiny’s Child wore many matching outfits during their heyday, but this particular emerald green choice for the 2001 Grammys is definitely one of the most unforgettable.Beyoncé took centre stage alongside Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, the trio glistening in sequins on the night they won their first ever Grammys for Say My Name.When people think of couples wearing matching ensembles, their first thought might go to exes Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears, who famously were in sync in double denim at the 2001 American Music Awards.However they weren’t the only ones, with Jay-Z and Beyoncé – who started dating in 2000 – showcasing their take on the denim trend the following
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she and Bruno Mars hijacked the whole thing from headliners Coldplay — the über-diva rocked a black bodysuit in a sartorial salute to Michael Jackson’s own SB XXVII performance in 1993.It was official: Beyoncé — the day after the surprise release of her hot-sauce-shaking single “Formation” — was the new Michael Jackson.And with Beyoncé releasing “Renaissance,” her much-anticipated new album, on Friday, July 29, it’s worth looking back on how she, just like Michael, became a pop icon after graduating from teen groups to solo superstardom. Also like Jackson: She was groomed for global takeover by her father. “You can tell now just how important Joe Jackson was to Michael and Janet in preparing them for their moment — and then when the moment arrives, them having to separate themselves from their father and move on to doing greater things,” said Andreao “Fanatic” Heard, who won a Grammy as a producer of Beyoncé’s debut solo album, 2003’s “Dangerously in Love.” “Mathew [Knowles] was the same way with Beyoncé.”Knowles always had his eyes on the prize for daughter Beyoncé to become the one-woman wonder that she is today. He managed the girl group Destiny’s Child — eventually made up of Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, though there were others — which released its debut single “No, No, No” in 1997.
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