The internet broke Saturday night when Beyoncé dropped her newest highly-anticipated album, 'Lemonade' — an 11-track visual opus which sent the Beyhive into social-media overdrive.
— Katie Cocca (@kcokess) April 25, 2016
Lemonade is undoubtedly one of Queen Bey's most ambitious works to date. The album celebrates the beauty of black womanhood, reveals the ups and downs of marriage, and in typical Bey fashion, aims to uplift women facing adversity —all while showcasing style as alluring as Beyoncé's lyrical messages.
We took a look at some of the best ensembles from 'Lemonade':
Queen Bey definitely packed the heat for 'Hold Up,' sporting a 'hot sauce' bat and wearing a vibrant yellow chiffon dress by Peter Dundas and Saint Laurent platform heels.
She rocked similar cornrows from 'Formation' and a Hood by Air fur coat paired with a Yeezy crop top and leggings for her sexy look in 'Don't Hurt Yourself.'
This lace gown gave us the perfect mix of Victorian-style couture and old Louisiana aesthetic:
The look for 'Daddy Lessons' gave us flashbacks to Janet Jackson in her 1993 flick, "Poetic Justice."
Bey embodies Queen Nefertiti in the visuals for 'Sorry.'
This other look from 'Sorry' was simply stunning. Beyoncé wore a Swarovski crystal bodysuit by designer Yousef Al Jasmi, with the beautiful Serena Williams by her side for a cameo appearance.
With so many show-stopping looks, it's hard to narrow them down. What was your favourite look from 'Lemonade'? Let us know in the comments below!