Beyonce chose a sparkly dress with a very deep neckline for the event
Beyoncé Knowles-Carter rocked a rear-length platinum wig, coiffed by hairstylist Neal Farinah, to the US premiere of Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé held in Beverly Hills on Saturday night.
The 42-year-old R&B diva paired her Barbie-style long locks with a fully-contoured complexion applied by make-up artist Rokael Lizama and a silver Versace gown and Tiffany & Co.
‘Platinum’ earrings selected by stylist Shiona Turini.
Designer Donatella Versace gushed on Saturday: ‘beyonce, you are a vision in Versace. You are unique. One of one, the number one, the only one! I can’t wait to see the Renaissance tour movie!’
Beyoncé and her family did not arrive inside the 1,010-seat Samuel Goldwyn Theater until ‘the lights were dimmed’ and ‘an announcer reminded guests that no photos or video recordings were allowed’ — according to Variety.
In fact, A-list guests like Issa Rae, Lizzo, and Janelle Monáe were forced to lock their phones in pouches for the duration of the 150-minute rock-doc about Knowles-Carter’s 56-date Renaissance World Tour.
The 32-time Grammy winner, James B. Merryman, and Mark Ritchie co-directed Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé, which hits US/UK theaters on December 1.
‘It accentuates the journey of Renaissance World Tour from its inception to the opening in Stockholm, Sweden to the finale in Kansas City, Missouri,’ the official logline read.
‘It is about Beyoncé’s intention, hard work, involvement in every aspect of the production, her creative mind and purpose to create her legacy, and master her craft.
Received with extraordinary acclaim, Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour created a sanctuary for freedom, and shared joy, for more than 2.7M fans.’
The ninth concert tour, supporting Beyoncé’s seventh studio album, grossed an eye-popping $579.8M in ticket sales.
Other celebrity guests included Laverne Cox, Tyler Perry, Kris Jenner, Corey Gamble, Gabrielle Union, Halle Bailey, Chloe Bailey,
Winnie Harlow, as well as former members of Destiny’s Child — Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, LaTavia Roberson, and LeToya Luckett.
Notably missing on Saturday was 12-time Grammy winner Taylor Swift, whom Knowles-Carter had sweetly supported at the October 11th world premiere of her own rock-doc Taylor Swift: