Beyoncé‘s Renaissance era is churning out some unforgettable fashion-filled moments.
On Instagram today, the musical phenomenon shared photos of the dazzling look she wore to the release party of her seventh studio album at The Times Square EDITION. She maximized the glamour in a dazzling Timothy White gown covered in sequins, featuring structured pointed shoulders, a deep V-neck, a hood, billowing sleeves, a draped detail across the bodice, and the most dramatic high leg slits ever.
She paired the statement piece with sheer Wolford tights and bejeweled platform heels from Giuseppe Zanotti. Accessories included glittering drop earrings from Tiffany & Co. and a bedazzled black clutch in the shape of a vinyl record.
Beyoncé also went all out with her glam, opting for a sultry smoky eye accented with silver eyeliner and a glossy lip.
Jay-Z accompanied Bey to the party, looking suave in a shiny white tux with a black dress shirt.
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In addition to the glitzy party look, Beyoncé shared a message with fans, celebrating the fact that upon its release, Renaissance reached the number one spot on the Billboard 200 chart.
“We did it!!!” she began the note. “Thank you for so much for your love and support. Nothing made me happier than seeing a club full of people sing every single word to every song from top to bottom. This was years of experimentation. This was years of hard work, blood, sweat, and tears. I’m so grateful and it was worth it. I’m thankful that it was received and understood.”
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She also thanked her team and the collaborators who helped make Renaissance possible. “And thank you to the absolute best fans on the planet. I’m grateful to be loved by you. I love y’all deep. B,” the singer wrote.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.
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