The renaissance continues as Beyoncé hits the 2024 Grammys looking like a glamorous cowgirl in Louis Vuitton
Beyoncé has brought her renaissance energy to the Grammys.
As Barrino sashayed off the stage while singing "Proud Mary," she eventually made her way to Queen Bey, who shined in a custom Louis Vuitton skirt suit including a collarless Damier leather jacket with studs, matching skirt, a white shirt, plus a black ribbon tie and a silver LV black belt. Her frosted platinum hair was covered by a cowboy hat.
It was the latest design the star wore by Pharrell, who created a similar look, plus several others for her Renaissance World Tour.
The moment was extra-special as Bey is one of Turner's biggest fans. She penned a touching message about Turner following her death and sang renditions of Turner’s “River Deep - Mountain High” during a number of stops on her Renaissance World Tour. She also paid tribute to Turner at the 2005 Kennedy Center Honors.
She shared a table with husband Jay-Z, who received the Dr. Dre Global Impact Award, and daughter Blue Ivy.
The 32-time Grammy winner (and 88-time nominee!) has made countless appearances at the ceremony over the years. This year marks 10 years since she appeared at the ceremony for her unforgettable performance of “Drunk in Love.”
Here’s a look back at the last decade of her memorable Grammys style.
She was that girl who both racked up a ton of awards, including the trophy for best dance/electronic recording for her her seventh studio album, Renaissance, and looked like a queen while doing it. She arrived in an eye-catching Gucci dress featuring a gold bustier and silver skirt, then took in the show with husband Jay-Z wearing a Schiaparelli gown and matching gloves.
After three years away, she returned to the event (where she picked up the award for best rap performance with Megan Thee Stallion) wearing a Schiaparelli Haute Couture mini dress, sheer tights, Jimmy Choo platform sandals, massive black-and-gold drop earrings and gloves.
Beyoncé commanded attention from the front row (where she sat with husband Jay-Z and daughter Blue Ivy) in a black velvet Nicolas Jebran dress, Alain Mikli sunglasses, Jimmy Choo heels and dangling Lorraine Schwartz earrings. Her look was a tribute to the Black Panther Party, her makeup artist Sir John told PEOPLE.
The then-pregnant star blinged out her bump in two Peter Dundas looks. First for her performance of "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles,” she wore a glittering, gold beaded design. Then to show off her trophies, Mrs. Carter rocked a red sequin gown with a square neckline.
She presented record of the year in a bridal gown from designer Inbal Dror’s Fall 2016 collection. She accessorized the design, which featured a detachable collar, long sleeves and sheer panels, with statement diamond-shaped Lorraine Schwartz earrings. In a word: flawless.
Queen Bey sparkled on the red carpet in this deep V-neck Proenza Schouler gown and diamonds and emeralds galore ($10 million worth of Lorraine Schwartz jewels, to be exact). Later that night she sang “Take My Hand, Precious Lord” in an angelic, glittering white gown with a sheer cape, then she switched into a black mini with a sparkly top and fringe hem.
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Beyoncé hit the stage in this sexy black bodysuit then slipped into this Michael Costello gown which stylist Ty Hunter picked out for her a mere four days before the ceremony. (His vision for the look: ‘Shut s–t down’.) Costello told PEOPLE the translucent fishnet mesh was topped with hand-sewn glass sequins and had lace sewn “sporadically” to make every floral appliqué look different.
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