Beyoncé kicked off her Formation World Tour in Miami on Wednesday night — making everyone who wasn't at Marlins Park feel some major FOMO on Thursday morning.
The audience was treated to a slew of the pop star's hits, as well as tracks from her newly released "Lemonade" visual album. Queen Bey's hair fans were also on full blast, providing perfectly windblown locks as she stood at the edge of the stage. The sold-out tour will continue through the summer and stop at 22 cities in the U.S. and 16 cities across Europe and the UK.
Onstage on Wednesday, Beyoncé stuck with her favorite concert outfit: the bodysuit. But this time the looks were exclusively designed by the likes of Balmain, Roberto Cavalli, DSquared2, Gucci and more. See below for every look from Beyoncé's Formation World Tour.
The custom-made, Victorian-inspired bodysuit by Balmain is made from French lace with a floral motif and hand-embroidered with pearls, crystals and glass beads. Olivier Rousteing proudly showcased his work on Instagram with photos and the caption "When Balmain Army Becomes Bey Army," along with a video that features Bey and her silk ruffles in action.
Dsquared2 had the chance to design Beyoncé's leather jacket from her show-stopping Super Bowl performance earlier this year, so it's no surprise that the designer duo created a brand new look for the singer's worldwide tour featuring not one, but two bodysuits: one made from "tattoo lace" and another that's a crystal mesh fishnet. Bey paired them with a long-sleeve bustier, wide-brim hat, leather gloves and ruffled, jeweled ankle boots. "We are crazy about Beyoncé, and working with her to create this opening look for the Formation tour is such a huge thrill and honor," said designers Dan and Dean Caten in a statement.
Peter Dundas of Roberto Cavalli also designed a bodysuit for Beyoncé, adorned with black crystals and gold metallic thread. Over-the-knee velvet boots with a tiger print topped off the military-style ensemble.
In Beyoncé's "Formation" video, stylist Marni Senofonte created Gucci-inspired outfits emblazoned with the brand's signature logo, versions of which were seen on the dancers. Alessandro Michele and his team wanted to get in on the action, too, and designed a custom style for Bey, which included a sequined bodysuit with a geometric print and a matching red mink fur coat in collaboration with artist GucciGhost.
When Beyoncé performed in Houston, TX, on May 7, Gucci's Michele provided her with another custom bodysuit made from ruched tulle and sequins and embellished with a black-beaded panther.
To balance the embellishments, prints and patterns on the rest of Beyoncé's bodysuits, the pop star sported a sleek version — save for its puffy shoulders and a ruffled neckline — made entirely from bright red latex by London-based designer Atsuko Kudo.
Lastly, what Beyoncé concert is complete without a sparkling crystal bodysuit? Her nude fishnet stockings were cut off at the ankles so she could sing, dance and splash in a shallow pool of water during the show.
In her hometown of Houston, Beyoncé performed "Daddy Lessons," the country-style track off of her new album, in a custom floor-length fur coat by designer Saulo Villela for Adrienne Landau.