May 2, 2013

Style Files: Beyoncé’s ‘Mrs. Carter Show’ Tour Looks Wow « Radio.com News
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Written by : Jerry Doby| 0 | Entertainment, Music

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Beyoncé may not want her picture taken by any professional photographers on her upcoming Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, but that won’t stop fans from snapping their own. So far, Beyoncé’s camp has officially released photos of her performing in a now-iconic white crystal and pearl embellished bodysuit with a peplum skirt, designed by Ralph & Russo.

By now, most have also seen the much-discussed gold crystal embroidered nipple bodysuit designed for Bey by the Blonds, who have worked with Britney Spears and Katy Perry. And in her new tour look book, styled by Ty Hunter, the singer details seven of her looks designed by the likes of Givenchy, Emilio Pucci, David Koma,and Roberto Cavalli, according to the blog Music Fashionland.

But when Bey took over London this week, she showed off 12 looks including a custom made sparkly cobalt catsuit from American born-London based designer Vrettos Vrettakos.

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Jerry is Executive Editor of The Hype Magazine (http://gethypeonline.com), a member of the Recording Academy (Grammy365), as well as a freelance publicist with more than 10 years experience in the urban music field.He is also a Featured Contributor for Yahoo! Voices (A&E) (http://contributor.yahoo.com/user/jdobypr/)

In 2002, Jerry was recognized by the West Coast Hip Hop Hall of Fame for his contributions to the growth and education of independent artists.
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Jerry Doby

Jerry is Executive Editor of The Hype Magazine (http://gethypeonline.com), a member of the Recording Academy (Grammy365), as well as a freelance publicist with more than 10 years experience in the urban music field. He is also a Featured Contributor for Yahoo! Voices (A&E) (http://contributor.yahoo.com/user/jdobypr/) In 2002, Jerry was recognized by the West Coast Hip Hop Hall of Fame for his contributions to the growth and education of independent artists.

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