Beyonce Chimed for Change Before Kicking Off her North American Tour

By  June 03, 2013

Last night Beyoncè rocked the Sound of Change concert at London’s Twickenham Stadium for Chime for Change. The initiative, put on by Gucci’s Frida Giannini and Salma Hayek Pinault included performances from Jessie J, Jennifer Lopez, Florence and the Machine, Ellie Goulding, Haim, Laura Pausni, John Legend, and Timbaland to help to raise awareness for justice, education, and health for women around the world.

Bey put the kibosh on the pregnancy rumors putting on quite the show as she performed, “Run the World (Girls),” “Halo,” “If I Were a Boy,” remixed with The Verve’s “Bittersweet Symphony”, Destiny’s Child’s “Survivor,” and “Crazy in Love with hubby, Jay-Z during her 45-minute set.

Mrs. Carter will begin to tour North America at the end of June and we can expect to see two costumes designed especially for her by Riccardo Tisci: a Givenchy Haute Couture short length cape made in black cady, embroidered with black metal stars and paillettes to channel the American flag. She will sport the look with a Givenchy signature cat-ears hat with the letter “B” on it. To wear under the cape, Tisci designed a black stretch viscose leotard embroidered with paillettes, stones, crystals, metal stars and 3D sequin stars that can be worn with a chiffon long sleeved t-shirt with 3 crocodile leather stars embroidered at the collar.

Now it’s your turn to chime in, what do you think of Queen B’s Tisci looks?