Beyoncé’s highly-anticipated Renaissance tour kicked off with a spectacular performance in Stockholm and is now making its way around Europe.

Known for her visual album Renaissance, Beyoncé’s wardrobe choices have seamlessly blended her own signature style with the album’s aesthetic. Think sequins, silver, catsuits, and even bee-inspired looks.

One particular fashion highlight came when the superstar graced the stage in a custom dress by Greek designer Mary Katrantzou in London, for her fifth and final show.

Beyoncé captivated the audience in a custom surrealist mini dress featuring intricate black and gold detailing, inspired by a perfume bottle.

Completing the look were a custom Stephen Jones bottle top headpiece, latex boots, and gloves, creating a visually striking and avant-garde ensemble.

Beyonce backstage in Mary Katrantzou. Photo: @beyonce/Instagram

Throughout the tour, she has donned outfits from renowned fashion houses like Valentino, Mugler, Alexander McQueen, Balmain among others, as well as pieces from emerging labels such as Anrealage and Brandon Blackwood.

Her long-standing collaboration with Mary Katrantzou, however, is a testament to the cross-cultural influence and impact of fashion, as well as the power of Beyoncé’s style to captivate and push boundaries.

Beyoncé also wore Katrantzou for the single “Water” featuring Pharrell Williams and Salatiel, in her latest visual album “Black is King”, styled by Zerina Akers.

Beyonce wearing Katrantzou in Black is King. Photo: Mary Katrantzou/Instagram

The piece was inspired by electric lightning storms and the painterly colours in the sky after rain. A mix between sunrise and sunset.

“The dress is a tech-organza base, selected for its high iridescence and intense shine, printed with a multicolour “rave cloud” which has merging colours of fuchsia, peach, citrus, ocean blue and sea green. Hundreds of laser-cut oyster ruffles are then tulle bound by hand in correlating colours, amounting to around 500 metres. These are hand tucked into place to create the perfect form of sculpted ruffles. The ruffles are print placed to make the dress bleed from colour to colour across the body,” described Katrantzou.