Grammys 2021: Beyoncé in Schiaparelli Couture

Posted on March 15, 2021

Beyoncé sighed as she scrolled through her messages, muttered to herself “Fine. I guess I can go out and make history tonight, but I’m really just doing this for Megan” and got up off the couch to conjure up herself a lewk.


Okay, given that this was clearly a well-coordinated moment, we suppose there was some planning and forethought involved here, but it’s just so much easier to picture Beyoncé deciding at the last second to make a public appearance and snagging a piece of killer couture on the fly so she could step out, snag her 28th Grammy and set a record for the most Grammys won by a woman and the most Grammys won by any singer. In other words, this is not an ensemble chosen to sit in a seat and politely clap as other people won awards. This was a look for getting up on stage and taking a victory lap. It’s an unusually strong and declarative sort of look for her, whose off-stage fashion (her stagewear is in an entirely different category) doesn’t really have a tendency to push the envelope as much as this does. The dress itself is fairly basic in design (which is something she overwhelmingly prefers in her off-stage style choices), but the look is really made by those insane leather gloves, massive earrings, and a massive mane of diva-goddess hair to top it off. She came to pick up her trophies (and support Megan), sure. But she also came to re-state her diva bona fides in case there was any chance of people forgetting.




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Style Credits:
Schiaparelli Custom Black Gathered Mini Dress Paired with Trompe L’œil Gold Fingernails from the Spring 2021 Couture Collection
Schiaparelli Drop Earrings in Gilded Brass and Enamel from the Spring 2021 Couture Collection
Jimmy Choo Sandals

Styled by Zerina Akers | Hair by Nakia Collins | Makeup by Rokael


[Photo Credit: Cliff Lipson/CBS ©2021, Schiaparelli/Instagram]

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