Beyonce Outfit Club Renaissance

Beyoncé has resumed one of her annual red-carpet traditions.

The superstar attended the WACO Theater Center‘s Wearable Art Gala last night, where she supported her mother and stepfather, Tina Knowles-Lawson and Richard Lawson, as the center celebrated its fifth anniversary. This year’s theme celebrated the fashion of 1920s-1950s Harlem, and Bey’s elegant look combined pin-up glamour with a subtle Texas twang.

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The star’s custom Gucci gown was constructed in her favored body-hugging silhouette, with a black satin bodice and an extra-long feathered train. The bust of the strapless dress was covered in black and white sequins, with two silver star decorations evoking the Texas flag. She paired the gown with hot pink satin opera gloves by the Italian house, which ballooned out in oversized cuffs at the forearm.

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The “Cuff It” singer’s honey-brunette hair was styled in voluminous curls trailing down her back, and her accessories included a pair of chandelier diamond earrings by Lorraine Schwartz. In pics shared on Instagram, the star also donned a pair of classic black cat-eye shades, and carried a custom Dolce & Gabbana clutch.

She was accompanied by her husband Jay-Z, who wore a classic black tuxedo with a velvet blazer and a bow tie with triangular lapels.

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Some of the multi-hyphenate’s most extravagant red-carpet looks over the last five years have been worn to the gala, with the star dressing impeccably on theme and often coordinating with her daughter, Blue Ivy. The looks have included a clingy red gown and regal flower crown, a sheer gold number with a structural ruffled train, and a sparkling bodysuit with Lion King-inspired detailing.

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.