Beyoncé Is Wearing A Bodice In An Authentic Renaissance Style Made By A Brisbane Designer
Fans have been anticipating a Beyonce album for six years, and it finally debuted last week. The singer's intentions were derailed by a scandal: the attackers leaked the record online a day before it was scheduled for release.
Beyoncé released a controversial photo shoot that her team collaborated on with stylist Marni Senofonte, photographers Carlin Jacobs and Mason Poole, and praised the fans who patiently awaited the album on official streaming services.
The performer is shown in one of the frames posing while wearing a bodysuit that is in the fashion of the 1960s, a pair of long, black and white gloves, and enormous, round glasses.
The "prickly" bodysuit, the main component of the ensemble, was created by little-known Australian designer Bethany Cordwell, who has a little more than 2,000 followers on social media.
The girl's employment as a costume designer for the Queensland Ballet, as well as the materials she used both startling. The plastic file folders that the designer purchased from an office supply store were used to make Beyoncé's black and white bodysuit.
Cordwell meticulously sewed 12,000 separate pieces of plastic onto a specially designed bodysuit over the course of a month.
"I find this hard to believe. I still don't believe it to be real. According to Bethany, "Beyoncé looks amazing with my bodysuit and earrings," she told reporters.
After discovering the Australian designer's distinctive bodysuit on social media, Beyoncé's team approached her earlier this year.
I was completely shocked. We started talking about more work details right away when I promptly replied to the message, she stated.
Because of Beyoncé's appreciation for Cordwell's talent, the bodysuit was purchased. NME gave Beyonce's seventh studio album "Renaissance" a four-star rating, calling it a "wonderful record" that "continues leading the charge to bring Black culture back to the forefront of house and dance scenes.