Beyoncé and Blue Ivy In Matching Gold Gowns Are So Adorable

 

Beyoncé’s queenship just gets better and better and it seems like her 6-year-old daughter is the fashion Princess in the making. Whether she’s turning up the glam dial on the red-carpet or rocking an off-duty ensemble with the company of her daughter, we genuinely look forward to seeing what the two are wearing… and they never disappoint. 

The multiple-award singer was one of the honorees at the 2nd Annual Wearable Art Gala that took place over the weekend at Alexandria Ballrooms in Los Angeles. And with the theme of the event “From WACO to Wakanda,” Queen Bey really brought her inner Black Panther to the occasion.

 

Beyoncé & Blue tonight. #wearableartgala #wacotowakanda @wacotheater

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While Bey wore a stunning gold gown featuring metallic cutouts and a gold train an complete with a pair of matching shoulder-grazing earrings, Blue Ivy completely knock the socks off in a matching gown but with a gold wig like a true crowned Princess.

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Beyoncé, who was honored with WACO Theater Center’s first Humanitarian Award gave an emotional speech saying, “I feel really full, and just, so blessed and so very fortunate… It’s a privilege and a responsibility.”

Beyoncé thanks her mother during her Humanitarian Award speech. @wacotheater

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According to the designers who crafted out her dress, it was designed to mimic the fictional world in which “Black Panther” takes place.
“We wanted to create an art statement, taking inspiration from the Nubian warrior queen [Amanishakheto],” designers Falguni and Shane Peacock said. “We felt it was the perfect inspiration when designing for such a strong woman like Beyoncé.”

“The metallic cutouts are placed strategically to mimic the shape of the armor, as worn by the Nubian armies,” the designers continued. “The elaborate gold train was added to create a 3-D effect that emphasized royalty. Between the metallic cutouts to the gold dramatic train, we attained an artistic statement while respecting the Nubian inspiration.”

Beyoncé channels nubian warrior queen Amanishakheto at Wearable Art Gala. @wwd _____________________ For Tina Knowles’ second annual Wearable Art Gala, Beyoncé chose a custom gown by design house Falguni Shane Peacock. Featuring metallic cutouts and a gold train, the dress played into the evening’s theme of Waco to Wakanda, the fictional world in which “Black Panther” takes place. “We wanted to create an art statement, taking inspiration from the Nubian warrior queen [Amanishakheto],” said designers Falguni and Shane Peacock. “We felt it was the perfect inspiration when designing for such a strong woman like Beyoncé.” The Indian duo previously worked with Bey on the long black gown seen in her “Formation” video. “The metallic cutouts are placed strategically to mimic the shape of armor, as worn by the Nubian armies,” the designers continued. “The elaborate gold train was added to create a 3-D effect that emphasized royalty. Between the metallic cutouts to the gold dramatic train, we attained an artistic statement while respecting the Nubian inspiration.” “We worked closely with stylist Marni Senofonte, who told us that Beyoncé was in love with [the dress] as soon as she saw it,” added Falguni and Shane. “This gown took us countless hours over a span of 10 days to create.” Beyoncé was honored with WACO Theater Center’s first Humanitarian Award at Saturday night’s gala. Her mother-in-law, Gloria Carter, was the inaugural recipient of the Everyday People Award. @stylebeyonce

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As revealed by the designers, Beyonce’s ensemble took longer than you’d expect during the creation. “This gown took us countless hours over a span of 10 days to create, Falguni and Shane said.

 

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