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Lookbook from Beyoncé's Black Is King Visual Album

Beyoncé's visual album, Black Is King, highlights the African diaspora—its culture, traditions, and styles. From the sweeping cinematography at picturesque locations across the globe (including Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana, Belgium, London, New York, and Los Angeles) to the cast that includes an array of celebrities to the incredible number of costume changes, Queen Bey made a profound statement.

Working with stylist Zerina Akers, Beyoncé showcased a miles-long parade of ensembles that was a feast for the senses. From Riccardo Tisci at Burberry and Olivier Rousteing at Balmain to Alon Livné and Loza Maléombho, Akers corralled designers both big and small to help bring Beyoncé's incredible vision to life.

Wendy Nichol:  Beyoncé wears a custom white gown by Wendy Nichol.
Wendy Nichol: Beyoncé wears a custom white gown by Wendy Nichol.

Marine Serre: Beyoncé wears a mocha-colored bodysuit with a crescent moon print by Marine Serre.

Beyoncé wears a pleated yellow ensemble by Balmain 

Beyoncé wears a glittering leopard-print catsuit by Valentino, heels by Christian Louboutin, and studded sunglasses by A-Morir.

Beyoncé wears a cow-print mini ensemble by Burberry and shoes by Christian Louboutin.

Beyoncé wears an off-the-shoulder, frilly dress by Mary Katrantzou

Beyoncé wears a crystal net dress by Alessandra Rich and custom crystal turban by Laurel DeWitt. 

Beyoncé wears a pink chiffon gown by Molly Goddard

Beyoncé wears a custom gown and headpiece by Mia Vesper.

Beyoncé wears a beaded, silk trench-and-jumper hybrid by 5:31 Jérôme.

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