Did anyone else notice the Queen Bee’s appearance, presenting the Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year ceremony on Tuesday night (December 5th)?
She surprises Colin Kaepernick by presenting him with the Muhammad Ali Legacy Award for his activism against police brutality. This is an honour that has been bestowed on icons such as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Magic Johnson in the past.
The queen dazzled us (literally) in a simple by glamorous Little black dress. She stunned in the sequined black mini dress, teasing us with some post-baby body goals. The dress was fitted with shiny silver detail, matching her Guiseppe Zanotti silver heels.
Did anyone else also notice that the dress appeared on the GTBank Fashion weekend? Oh, yea!
Check it out.
Designer: LaQuan Smith
For those of you who don’t know who LaQuan Smith is. Smith is a buzzy emerging designer whose garments have also been seen on Cardi B, Kim Kardashian and Young Thug.
Smith (of black origin) has been credited for making the likes of Kim Kardashian West and Rihanna look “Young, Fun, and Sexy”.
Big Deal, huh?!
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By choosing to wear a dress designed by a Black designer for presenting such a legendary award to Kaepernick, Beyoncé used her outfit to silently speak one message very loud and clear: like Kaepernick, she’s Black and she’s proud.
Talk about Black Pride.
Beyonce has always been known to look elegant and still shows with her looks. This time, Beyonce took a simple look and made it glorious with nothing more than her silver Lorraine Schwartz earrings and her sleek heels.
Let’s all just take a page out of Beyonce’s style book for ourselves.
“Less is always more”
What do you think about Queen Bee’s look? Who do you think wore it better?