Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 16 September 2014

Beyoncé Knowles curates online range

Beyoncé Knowles

Beyoncé Knowles has hand-picked a range of clothing and accessories for a rental-only shopping website.

The pop superstar has teamed up with the rental only shopping site to hand-pick her favourite items. Launching yesterday, it features a variety of Beyoncé’s signature style pieces such as curve-hugging LBD’s, sparkling mini dresses and sharp jumpsuits.

A selection of appropriately bling-like accessories are also picked out by the songstress, including bold dangly earrings, chunky cuffs and gem-encrusted necklaces.

"Making women feel confident and beautiful is something I've always been passionate about," Beyoncé said in an official statement. "That's why joining forces with Rent the Runway was so organic. It's more than just access to beautiful clothes; it's about making women look and feel their best."

Amongst the picks from the star are plenty of stage-ready attention-grabbing dresses including designer Trina Turk's Lotto Winner Dress.

The helpful caption details exactly how to finish off styling the piece to get the full Beyoncé glam effect.

"Dress to impress in this Trina Turk sequin mini for an upcoming holiday party or birthday bash," the caption reads. "Accessorise with the Kate Spade New York accessories' Kate Chandelier Earrings and Erickson Beamon's Amethyst Collage Ring to take this look to the next level."

The full hand-picked collection contains 67 dresses, 29 baubles, and one wear-with-everything clutch bag.

These can be loaned from the site for between $10 and $400 at a time.

The partnership between Rent the Runway and the international chart topper is in honour of her The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.

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