Beyoncé has continued her streak of “Renaissance Couture” award show ensembles.
The superstar made a virtual appearance at the BRIT Awards yesterday, receiving her awards for Best International Artist and International Song of the Year for “Break My Soul.” Though she didn’t make the trip to London’s O2 Arena in person, she put together a ’70s-inspired custom look for the speech, courtesy of Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing.
The psychedelic ensemble was comprised of a jumpsuit covered in black-and-white sequins arranged in different checkerboard and striped patterns, as well as a black vinyl corset worn over the torso. The suit also featured a short open collar with a deep V-shaped neckline, furry long-sleeves, and a matching tiered sequinned hat.
Her accessories included gold footwear peeking out from under the suit’s long hems, a pair of black chandelier earrings with a diamond stud and netted geometric pendants, and a pair of ornate, circular black glasses with white detailing.
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“Thank you so much for this incredible recognition,” she said in her virtual acceptance speech for Best International Artist. “I’d like to say thank you to all of my friends out there in Britain for your continuous support over the years.”
She added, “The Renaissance begins. I’ll see y’all on tour. Thank you so much for this honour!”
Last weekend, the multi-hyphenate officially became the most-awarded artist in Grammy history, taking home four golden gramophones including Best Dance/Electronic Album. Following the ceremony, she shared a video on Instagram, featuring her own footage of the evening. All three of her outfits were on display, along with an image of her posing in bed with her new Grammys.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.