Beyoncé, remember her? The no-longer-single “Single Ladies” singer has a way of weaving her way in and out of the spotlight (which is probably a testament to the longevity of her superstardom). Last night, Mrs. Jay-Z showed off her latest music video for “Run the World (Girls)” on American Idol. While I don’t know how I feel about the song, I can safely say that visually, Beyoncé and the entire music video is stunning.
The girl-power anthem features Beyoncé in no less than six lust-worthy designer garbs—cause what else would you be wearing when standing up for your gender rights in the middle of a post-apocalyptic desert-type landscape?
In the first shot, Beyoncé is wearing an amazing red and gold baroque-inspired mini dress by McQueen off his Fall 2010 runway. Before you can say “bootylicious”, she has taken the dress off to reveal an all-black ensemble—fringed short shorts, leather bralette, feathered vest, with a gold harness and a thick waist cincher. This is, of course, the perfect getup for Beyoncé to break out her infamous dance skills.
Near the two-minute mark, Beyoncé is clad in a white swan-inspired Givenchy gown, followed by a contrasting black, asymmetrical Jean Paul Gaultier gown, which features a dramatic feathered neckline. Continuing with the whole avian theme, Beyoncé switches into an intricately cut, mirrored Gareth Pugh minidress and matching McQueen Armadillo heels (made famous by Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” music video).
For the final dance numbers, Beyoncé alternates between two floor-length Pucci gowns—one yellow and one green. The yellow one features a plunging neckline and two high slits, while the green one is an asymmetrical one-shoulder number with a high slit on the other side of the dress.
Whether the song becomes a hit or not, one thing’s for sure: big props to Beyoncé’s music video stylist! Don’t believe me? See for yourself:
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