Beyoncé Bares Legs and Gucci Heels to Celebrate the End of Her Formation World Tour

Beyoncé was spotted in New York City on Monday night as she hosted an end-of-tour party for her Formation World Tour staff. The “Hold Up” singer was seen exiting the Bagatelle restaurant with husband Jay Z by her side.

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Beyoncé spotted in Gucci Molina lips-embroidered leather sandals and a custom Akid denim jacket.
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Beyoncé looked playful in her oversized Akid denim jacket and bright pink lipstick, and she bared her legs to show off her Gucci T-strap heels. She paired the look with a Blood & Honey mink clutch, detailed with “I kiss better than I cook” writing, and an Ivy Park camouflage hat from her recently released fall ’16 athleisure collection. 

The Gucci Molina lips-embroidered leather sandals retail for $895. 

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Gucci’s new pre-fall women’s collection, available now.
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Beyoncé and her team have been touring since April. With an estimated gross of $126.3 million, her Formation World Tour ranked at No. 1 on the 2016 Mid Year Top 100 North American Tours list (covering Jan. 1 through June 30) from music-industry publication Pollstar. And as Beyoncé’s stadium trek raked in big bucks throughout Europe and North America, fans got their money’s worth with a production that included couture and custom-made costumes.

While on tour, Queen Bey has been seen rehearsing in Adidas Ultra Boost Triple White sneakers. But when she hits the stage, Beyoncé switches to custom looks by Roberto Cavalli, Givenchy, Dsquared2, Balmain and more.

Her last tour stop is Friday at New Jersey’s Metlife Stadium.

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