Beyoncé: the powerful meaning of the outfit she wore at the Dubai concert | PEOPLE

It took more than 4 years for Beyonce I offered a concert again and yes it was in style. Her private show at the opening of Dubai’s most talked about new hotel, Atlantis The Royal, not only allowed her to add $24 million to his personal account, but also featured a huge stage display and impressive looks. One of them has a very special meaning that is linked to the war in Ukraine. Here we tell you the details of this design with which he closed the presentation and which captured worldwide attention.

The superstar’s show lasted no less than 60 minutes and, as usual, he donned a variety of clothes.

The meaning of Beyoncé’s outfit in Dubai

To close the show at the Atlantis The Royal hotel, Beyoncé chose an intense pink minidress made by the Ukrainian Ivan Frolov that, according to the designer, “was created in the brand’s production in Kyiv, Ukraine, during the war and massive blackouts”.

The singer combined the design made with special haute couture techniques with high stockings of the same tone and gloves. Created exclusively for her, it also had galvanic fine gold on the boning of the corset, as well as hand embroidery with crystals. With him she sang some of her most iconic songs, such as ‘Crazy in Love’ or ‘Drunk in Love’.

“It just goes to show that whatever happens, Ukrainian brands continue to show the world their resilience and culture”pointed out a statement from the designer collected by People.

She also wore a yellow, sunrise-inspired suit from Dubai-based Atelier Zuhra, complete with sequins, feather train and sequins; She then appeared in a red Nicolas Jebran jumpsuit with a corset and skirt inspired by royal attire.

Beyoncé sang with her daughter Blue Ivy

Another special moment from the show Beyonce in the Dubai Palm Tree was when his daughter Blue Ivy Carter The 11-year-old appeared on stage to sing “Brown Skin Girl” together.

Give it up for my baby, my brown-skinned girl, Miss Blue Ivy Carter.he said to present it to those present.

The inauguration was full of details and invited celebrities who were promised to live “a unique experience” and were asked to put away their cell phones minutes before the show. None of them knew that Queen B would be on stage to sing 19 songs.

Follow us on our social networks:

  • Twitter:
  • Facebook: mag
  • Youtube: Mag.
  • Instagram: @mag_peru