Beyoncé and Blue Ivy Coordinate Outfits Again For the 2016 Video Music Awards

Plus, Queen B's Lorraine Schwartz jewelry rings in at more than $13 million.
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Beyoncé and Blue Ivy at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards. Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images

Beyoncé and Blue Ivy at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards. Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images

Beyoncé and Blue Ivy have been catching our attention this entire summer with their stylishly coordinated outfits. First, it was the Gucci denim jackets back in May — Blue's was custom, naturally. Next, it was the floral-print frocks (also Gucci) that the mother-daughter duo wore in Paris last month, which made us peruse the Italian brand's offerings for kids a little more than usual.

But for MTV's 2016 Video Music Awards on Sunday night, Bey and Blue's matching pair of gowns is for the books, and probably the most fantastical ensembles of the night.

Beyoncé in Maison Francesco Coscognamiglio. Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

Beyoncé in Maison Francesco Coscognamiglio. Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

Beyoncé sticks with yet another Italian designer: Francesco Scognamiglio, who outfitted the singer for her "Formation" tour concert in Milan. The gown, covered in pastel blue feathers and matching Swarovski crystals, is from Scognamiglio's first-ever couture collection, which debuted in Paris in July. Blue's look has just the right amount whimsy for a four-year-old's red carpet appearance. Her Mischka Aoki gown is sparkly on top and features a layered tulle skirt in a high-low silhouette, which she paired with blush-tone, crystal-studded sneakers from Giuseppe Zanotti. If you want to recreate Blue's outfit, it'll cost you thousands of dollars: According to the designer's website, her "Grand Royalle" dress can go for more than $12,000. And her sneakers are available for $595.

For jewelry, Queen B was outfitted by Lorraine Schwartz, in jewels that clock in at more than $13 million. (Her 12-carat pink diamond ring alone is worth $9 million.) And of course Blue Ivy gets to wear her own high-end bling in the form of a sparkly tiara — designed by Lorraine Schwartz, too.

Queen B. Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

Queen B. Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

This post has been updated from its original version to include the designer behind Blue Ivy's dress.

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