Beyoncé & Blue Ivy Just Matched Again, This Time in Golden Gowns at the Wearable Art Gala

Bey and Blue are at it again.

Stepping out for the 2nd Annual Wearable Art Gala at Alexandria Ballrooms in Los Angeles last night, the mother-daughter duo showed off matching golden dresses inspired by Marvel’s “Black Panther.”

With the theme of the evening being “From WACO to Wakanda,” Beyoncé turned heads in an intricately-designed creation boasting an insane train carried by several people while her mini-me stole the show in a frilly gold number complete with shimmery gold head piece. She completed her look with Jimmy Choo shoes while 6-year-old Blue Ivy sported sandals by Ruby and Bloom.


Inside the gala, which was hosted by her mom Tina Knowles Lawson and step-dad Richard Lawson, the 36-year-old mom-of-three was honored for her humanitarian work and was even presented with a special video message recorded by former FLOTUS, Michelle Obama.

Moreover, after modeling her first design, the “Formation” singer underwent a costume change, slipping into a much shorter dress featuring big sleeves and embroidering to take the stage to receive her award.


Beyoncé tried not to cry as she accepted the award presented by a fan’s mother, “I feel really full, and just, so blessed and so very fortunate… It’s a privilege and a responsibility.”

And proving that it’s truly all in the details, the Grammy-award winning artist accessorized with two different pairs of enormous shiny gold earrings, switching it up throughout the night, and a gold headband, which she kept in place despite her outfit change.


The iconic songstress, who announced earlier this week that she’ll be going on tour with husband Jay-Z for the second time, also attended last year’s gala while pregnant with twins Rumi and Sir wearing a stunning red number by Michael Costello teamed with matching platform sandals.

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