Beyoncé graced the chrome carpet at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Los Angeles on Saturday night for the premiere of her concert film, “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé.” The 42-year-old “Halo” singer captivated audiences in a stunning metallic gown designed by Versace.
The custom figure-hugging strapless dress accentuated Beyoncé’s statuesque figure, complemented by matching opera gloves and silver pumps. She adorned the ensemble with striking silver statement earrings, while her makeup featured metallic smokey eyes and nude lipstick, perfectly enhancing her glamorous look.
In a departure from her signature golden honey locks, Beyoncé opted for a long, cascading platinum blond hairstyle that added an extra touch of elegance.
Donatella Versace took to social media to praise the “Single Ladies” songstress, sharing a snapshot from the red carpet with a caption that read, “@beyonce, you are a vision in Versace. You are unique. One of one, the number one, the only one!!! I can’t wait to see the Renaissance tour movie 🤍.”
Maintaining an air of mystery, Beyoncé kept the premiere details hush-hush, only revealing the arrival time and instructing guests to adhere to the “cozy opulence” theme, as reported by Variety.
Speaking about the film’s inspiration in the trailer released last month, Beyoncé expressed, “The goal for this tour was to create a place where everyone is free and no one is judged. Start over, start fresh, create the new. That’s what the Renaissance is about.”
The highly anticipated movie is set to hit cinemas on December 1, chronicling the Grammy winner’s record-breaking international “Renaissance” tour, which spanned from Europe in May to its conclusion in Kansas City in October.