Beyoncé Wears Mostly Unknown French Designers on Her New Fold-Out Album Cover
Beyoncé has never been afraid to take risks with her wardrobe choices, whether it's Thierry Mugler, who created her tour wardrobe in 2009, McQueen or Givenchy couture, both of which she wore in the "Girls" video; or even a Tina Knowles creation. Her looks are always daring and transformative. For her latest fold-out album cover, the Times notes, Beyoncé's signature bold looks are there, but the big designer names are not. On the cover, she wears a fur stole by up-and-coming French designer Alexandre Vauthier, who she also wore on stage at Glastonbury recently, where she outshined the mud-covered masses in a gold sequined number by the designer.