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Beyonce teams with Rent the Runway

Klaudia//May 27, 2013
Beyoncé continues to collaborate and expand her reach.

In celebration of The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, dress rental site Rent the Runway announced today it has partnered with the superstar for a special Beyoncé Boutique.

On a special page,, you can browse a selection of dresses hand-picked by Queen Bey.

They are not gowns along the lines of her amazing Met gala getup. These are short and sparkly party dresses. Prices are mostly $50 and $75, although one Moschino gold damask mini carries a rental price tag of $400.

"Making women feel confident and beautiful is something I've always been passionate about. That's why joining forces with Rent the Runway was so organic, says Beyoncé in the announcement. "It's more than just access to beautiful clothes; it's about making women look and feel their best."

Beyonce talks to Mike & Chelsea

Klaudia//May 9, 2013
'Dangerously In Love' and 'Crazy In Love' made chart history when both album and single simultaneously hit No 1 in the US and the UK (which hadn't happened since 1983!) Since then Beyonce has kicked music asre as Sasha Feirce, and now as MRS CARTER.

Listen to the exclusive interview of 'B' chatting to Mike & Chelsea on the big breakfast show!!

Beyoncé Discusses New H&M Campaign

Klaudia//April 19, 2013
Today marks the start of Beyoncé's sold-out Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, but it's not the only thing the superstar launches this season. She's also got a huge campaign for H&M, shot in the Bahamas and featuring her new song, "Standing on the Sun," available on this May. One special piece Beyoncé models in the ads? A tie-dye bikini that's part of the H&M for Water collection, which donates 25% of sales to the international charity WaterAid.

Despite her busy (and oh-so-fabulous) life, Beyoncé told about her newest campaign. There are also two exclusive behind-the-scenes images from the fashion shoot, where legendary photographers Inez & Vinoodh and filmmaker Jonas Åkerlund collaborated with the pop star.

ELLE: Tell us about your experience shooting the campaign for H&M.
Beyoncé: I loved shooting the campaign in the Bahamas. We shot on a beach outside of Nassau and the weather was perfect. The shoot was filled with vibrant colors and was inspired by the glamour of the late '70s.

ELLE: How was it to work with the director Jonas Åkerlund?
Beyoncé: It was incredible to work with Jonas again. We had a great time shooting the TV commercial for the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, so I was looking forward to working with him again. He has such a great imagination and I love seeing his visions come to life.

ELLE: Where does your own fierce and fabulous style come from?
Beyoncé: Well, thanks for the compliment! I think my style comes from watching my mother from the time I was a little girl. She was so stylish. She was the first person I saw mix high-end pieces with more accessible styles and make it all work. I'm also inspired by my sister ; I love her bold approach.

Inside Beyoncé’s Tour Wardrobe

Klaudia//April 16, 2013
Emilio Pucci creative director Peter Dundas says that there is nothing quite like designing stage costumes for Vogue cover girl Beyoncé. The designer created five looks for the singer to wear during her Mrs Carter Show tour, which kicked off last night in Belgrade, Serbia.

"Doing Beyoncé's costumes makes a designer want to run home and sketch," he told us. "She is one of the sweetest stars to work with. She knows what she wants and what will work for her, but she respects creativity. I thought she looked incredible in the costumes, but it's difficult to mess things up with her. She's one of those girls who look even more beautiful without make-up."

Dundas used his most recent autumn/winter 2013-14 collection as his starting point, an offering that the star herself was keen on. The designer altered his catwalk creations to cater to Beyoncé's criteria as a performer.

"She liked the Pucci girl look and vibe of the last show, but we made unique couture versions to make it extra special and also to suit her needs as a dancer," he explained. "Doing stage costumes is a little different than a show - it's like a high voltage version of the runway. For certain tableaux, there were specific needs in terms of colour and, of course, she has to be able to change in 59 seconds. That's even less than a quick change in a runway show."

Beyoncé’s Stylist On Her Evolving Fashion

Klaudia//April 4, 2013
Beyonce Knowles' stylist, Ty Hunter, says that the singer makes his job "so easy" - because she has the ability to make everything look good. Having worked with the Vogue cover girl since her Destiny's Child days, he has been responsible for the outfits in all her many music videos, as well as her more glamorous red carpet attire.

"Her style has evolved - she's a trendsetter," he said. "We haven't done it yet, but I think that she could just throw a trash bag on and make it look amazing. My job has been so easy because she's an amazing person with an amazing spirit and she just knows how to carry anything that you put on her and make it sell."

The pair worked closely together on Knowles' new Pepsi MAX advert, which looks back at the various fashion makeovers that she's undergone throughout her extensive career - from the pink bejewelled Bootylicious ensemble, to that black Single Ladies leotard.

"I was just in awe going back through some of the old looks, like Crazy in Love, reflecting back on costumes that were 11,12 even 13 years old. It's amazing to see her back then," he said. "We were watching it together like, "Oh, the Bootylicious costume! Oh, the Deja Vu costume!" The whole concept is really cool - it allows people to really see everything that she's accomplished. We're constantly on the go and thinking about the next project and the next project, so to actually see everything we've done in one body of work is really awesome."

Go Behind-the-Scenes of Beyoncé's 'SHAPE' April Cover!

Klaudia//March 13, 2013
Beyoncé is the cover girl for SHAPE magazine's April 2013 issue and, during her photo shoot for the magazine, she revealed how she keeps her body in tip-top shape. The new mom also spoke about how she has incorporated dance into her work-out routine to help drop the 57-pound weight gain she experienced while pregnant with Blue Ivy. For more behind-the-scenes footage of Beyoncé's fun shoot, check out the video below!

Beyoncé Designs Isabel Marant Wedge Sneaker

Klaudia//February 27, 2013
It seems like every fashionable celeb has a pair of trendy wedge sneakers these days, but leave it to Beyoncé to design a killer pair all her own!

The star stepped up her style game and lent her expertise to shoe customizers PMK to create a custom pair of Isabel Marant kicks (aptly named the "King Bey" sneaker.)

These extraordinary sneakers are also extremely exotic, constructed of rare stingray, ostrich, calf hair, crocodile and anaconda skins, just to name a few.

Um, wow!

The luxe shoes are a creamy ivory color and awfully cute, and best of all, they offer an elevated wedge for a subtle boost in height for Bey's biggest fans (with sizable shopping budgets to match!)

No word on exactly how much a pretty pair will set you back, but you can contact for more details.

Click here to see the shoes.

Beyonce's Super Bowl Hair Secrets

Klaudia//February 5, 2013
Beyonce with a dash of Sasha Fierce! Beyonce's jaw-dropping Super Bowl halftime show look required a balance between flirtatious and glam. To create the right hairstyle for her fierce performance in New Orleans on Sunday, Feb. 3, Beyonce turned to beauty expert and entrepreneur Kim Kimble for help.

The 31-year-old "Crazy in Love" singer's hair guru revealed to Us Weekly the "four key items" she used to create Beyonce's look.

1. Brazilian Nut & Acai Berry Serum ($12.99)
2. Natural Bamboo Grooming Brush by Kimble Hair Care ($21.96)
3. Curling Iron
4. Elnett Holding Spray (L'Oreal, $14.99)

"To create Beyonce's soft glam look, I began by creating a deep middle part in Beyonce's hair," Kimble told Us. "I then used the curling wand and began to curl her hair in a vertical pattern."

"Once I completed curling her hair into the desired curl pattern, I gently brushed the curls out by using a natural bamboo grooming brush by Kimble Hair Care," she explained. "This created a really nice finger-wave pattern."

To smooth out the look, Kimble used the Brazilian Nut and Acai Berry Serum by Kimble Hair Care

"This refined the curl pattern ensuring a seamless finish," she said. "Lastly, I used Elnett Holding Spray by L'Oreal to set the look and the result will be glam, soft, bold and Beyonce."

Designer Rubin Singer on Dressing Beyoncé

Klaudia//January 8, 2013
My fellow Beyoncé freaks will relish the information I recently learned about her from designer Rubin Singer, who dressed her for a private Vegas concert on New Year's Eve: She's as lovely, polite, and generous as you were hoping. In fact, Singer says she and sister Solange Knowles are "the only celebrities that always dry clean and send clothes back in a box, with a hand-written thank you note. They are true ladies."

The process of creating a custom piece for Bey is as hectic as you might think--Singer had just two weeks to design the unitard, have the fabric embroidered in India, shipped back, put together, and customized at the fitting (which, incidentally, took place in the bathroom at the Alvin Ailey dance studio). "When you do a fitting with her, she doesn't keep you waiting half a day like some celebrities do," he says. "When she's there, she's present and honest and grateful."

That's not the only upside of designing for Beyoncé: "She and I have had a working relationship now for about five years," Singer says, "and in that time, I've been invited to every concert she's had in New York, she's introduced me to people she thinks I should work with, she and her team are just incredibly generous people."

Click here to see the outfit Singer designed for Beyoncé.

Beyoncé’s Makeup Artist Breaks Down B’s Beauty Routine

Klaudia//December 13, 2012
Makeup artist Wei Lang has been in the business of getting people pretty — from skin care to facials to makeup — for over 30 years. Lately, she's been working with Tina Knowles and, as with any good momager mother, mama Knowles passed Lang's handiwork down to her daughter, Beyoncé. The makeup artist and facialist, who only does house calls, has now been tending to B's stay-at-home-mom face since spring, but only for big, red-carpet events; the singer prefers to do her own makeup for everything else (like when she's sitting courtside with Jay-Z at a Nets game). Read on to hear about Lang's favorite looks, plus some products tips for Beyoncé.

What type of foundation do you use on Beyoncé?
I don’t really use a lot of makeup on her. The one thing I do when she goes out is contour (because of the photography) but not too heavily. She has flawless skin, so I don't really want to cover that up.

How about face shimmer or highlighting products?
I really only use that on her forehead and under her eyes for a little highlighting. Every now and then, I’ll use a shimmer product.

What's her beauty must-have?
She really does like liners, and she asks for that a lot, and lashes. And I always use mink lases on her. They look amazing. I use strips by Velour called "Are Those Real?"and I got her really into it, so she buys them by the ton.

Inside "Icons" Book by Markus and Indrani

Klaudia//December 3, 2012
Beyoncé's Dangerously In Love Album Cover
"That photograph just stands out to me the most," Markus told of the image. "We captured her transition from Destiny's Child to solo artist, and basically the birth moment of her solo career. People think Beyoncé is a diva, but she’s very humble, personable, and sweet. Through all these years, even at the height of her success, she always remembered the day we shot this album cover, and she has said many times that it's her favorite picture."

Beyonce mentioned in "The Style Mentors" Book

Klaudia//October 16, 2012
In her new book, “The Style Mentors,” which hits stores next Tuesday, fashion historian Elyssa Dimant surveys the world of celebrity style and breaks it down into eight signature looks.

“There are timeless fashion looks that represent themselves over and over again, and in effect, if we look at fashion that way, it takes a little bit of the trend-guessing and the mystery out of it,” says Dimant, who began her career as a curatorial research associate at the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

And her glossy new book has plenty of practical advice. Here, Dimant discusses these inspiring idols — and how to achieve their looks.

1 The Siren

The Siren is the “sultry sex symbol” — “curvy, voluptuous women not afraid to show off their shape,” explains Dimant.

Think the sexual display of Marilyn Monroe and her modern-day style heir, Beyoncé.

“Beyoncé has very much inherited Marilyn’s role as all-American seductive starlet,” says Dimant. “Everything she puts on ‘I am woman, here are my curves.’ ”

Actress Angelina Jolie, on the other hand, “embodies the black widow of this category: a real dark seductress.”

A Siren’s must-haves: a sexy black dress, cleavage-enhancing undergarments, red lipstick

Beyonce's Stylist Talks Post-Baby Fashion

Klaudia//September 14, 2012
By a stroke of luck, I was seated next to one of Beyonce's stylists, Raquel Smith, at the Chado Ralph Rucci fashion show this week in New York. Of course, who wouldn't take this opportunity to pry into what one of pop's most fashionable will be wearing this year?

While we awaited the start of the show, Raquel shared with me her go-to brands for dressing the style icon, post-baby fashion, and what it's like to work for the Queen B.

TW: What sort of styles are you focusing on this year for Beyonce?

Raquel: We are focusing on more figured looks for her to show off her silhouette after she had the baby—we're just trying to show off her body.

TW: How was it trying to style her when she was pregnant, what were your tactics?

Raquel: At first it was very tricky because we were trying to keep it a secret, but we just found beautiful blouses and baggy slacks, loafers, some mid-heels, to not really show what was going on but keep her trendy and stylish.

TW: What are your go-to brands for her?

Raquel: For the shoes, Christian Louboutin, Manolo, Jimmy Choo, and Gucci. For jackets, Balmain and Barbara Bui.