After exiting Roberto Cavalli in October, Peter Dundas is now helming his own eponymous line, and he had Beyoncé help him debut the first few pieces at last night’s Grammy Awards.
The singer forewent the red carpet appearance, and made an even bigger entrance when she took the stage in the first half of the ceremony. She performed “Love Drought” and “Sandcastles” in a stunning gold, beaded sheer gown, complete with a halo-like crown fit for a goddess. Soon after, Dundas took to Instagram to reveal that he was behind the ethereal look.
“Proudly announcing the very first Peter Dundas eponymous collection look specially made for our muse queen Bey,” he captioned a sketch of her ensemble.
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But that wasn’t all from the designer. He was apparently also behind the matching two-piece look Bey wore in the pre-filmed visual component of her set.
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The singer’s final look of the evening was by Dundas, too. The designer also revealed his sketch for Beyoncé’s red sequined gown with a deep neckline, which perfectly hugged her growing baby bump. She kept her hair straight for the look and accessorized with a diamond necklace that dangled down her chest. (Those two Grammys made great accessories, too.)
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In October 2016, Dundas stepped down as creative director of Roberto Cavalli, a position he had only held for 19 months. He had accepted the role in March 2015 after being at the helm of Pucci for six years. His successor at Cavalli has not yet been announced, but now we have a taste of what to expect from his solo career.
From: Harper’s BAZAAR US