On Saturday night, Beyoncé premiered her new visual album, "Lemonade," with an hour-long special on HBO. The stylized videos were connected via spoken word by Somali-British writer and poet Warsan Shire (narrated by Beyoncé) and were separated into the following themes: Intuition, Denial, Anger, Apathy, Emptiness, Accountability, Reformation, Forgiveness, Resurrection, Hope and Redemption.
Like her last self-titled visual album (which Beyoncé dropped as a surprise in late 2013), "Lemonade" provided a lot of great fashion, and was styled by the singer's frequent collaborator Marni Senofonte, who previously created the looks for "Formation," "Feeling Myself" and "7/11." To the delight of fans, there were several celebrity cameos as well, including Serena Williams, Amandla Stenberg, Zendaya, "Annie" actress Quvenzhané Wallis, "America's Next Top Model" contestant Winnie Harlow and Jay-Z. Out of all the appearances, though, none were as poignant as those of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown’s mothers, Sybrina Fulton and Lesley McSpadden, who held up images of their sons. Eric Garner's mother also appeared on screen.
The new "Lemonade" album is now available to stream via Tidal, and features collaborations with the Weeknd, James Blake, Kendrick Lamar and Jack White, as well as production by Diplo, Just Blaze and Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig. The "Formation" world tour will begin April 27.
Click through the gallery to browse the fashion highlights from "Lemonade", and watch this space for credit information.