Blue Ivy inherited her parents’ taste for the finer things in life.
This past Saturday, the 10-year-old Grammy winner accompanied her parents, Beyoncé and Jay-Z, to the Wearable Art Gala, where luxury art was auctioned off to different stars and supporters.
During one memorable moment in the evening, a pair of diamond Lorraine Schwartz earrings were placed for auction. Abbott Elementary star and creator Quinta Brunson held the lead on the auction. She later posted a video of her near-triumphant bid to Instagram.
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In the clip, host Keke Palmer can be heard saying, “$80,000, y’all going to let her take it? $80,000, going once. $80,000, going twice and—.”
At that moment, Blue stands up and waves her panel, effectively confirming her $80,000 bid. In response, Brunson screams at the young singer’s unexpected bid. “Blue! She’s so rich,” the comedian jokes.
Ultimately, the Lorraine Schwartz earrings went to Monique Rodriguez, the founder of Mielle Organics, who paid $105,000 for the diamonds.
Still, this wasn’t Blue’s first rodeo. According to Vanity Fair, she previously placed and won her $10,000 bid at the 2018 gala, taking home a 36″ x 36″ piece of art made from deconstructed Indiana law books and California medical books by artist Samuel Levi Jones.
This weekend’s gala also marked a rare public date night for Beyoncé and Jay-Z, who were supporting Tina Knowles-Lawson and Richard Lawson’s partnership with the WACO Theater Center. This year’s theme celebrated the fashion of 1920s–1950s Harlem, and Bey’s elegant look combined pinup glamour with a subtle Texas twang.
This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US.