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Saturday 12 July 2014

Beyoncé Knowles 'planning wig suitcases'

Beyoncé Knowles
Beyoncé Knowles

Beyoncé Knowles has allegedly invested in three different suitcases of hair supplies for her upcoming world tour.

The international superstar's hotly-anticipated shows will kick off in Belgrade, Serbia on April 15 before winding up on August 3 in Brooklyn, New York.

Beyoncé is keen to impress fans with her look and has allegedly invested in three different suitcases of hair supplies.

"Bey's stylist has one suitcase of weaves, one of lace fronts (a wig that attaches to the front of the head) and one of clip-ons," a source revealed to British magazine Heat.

"They are colour co-ordinated and vary in volume. When she's feeling fierce, she'll go for one that's bright yellow. When she's feeling more demure, she's got her dark brown poker-straight hair like [US First Lady] Michelle Obama's original style."

It was recently revealed that Beyoncé has asked British designer Julien Macdonald to design her costumes for the 59-date tour.

“Julien is a huge Beyoncé fan so he’s really excited about producing some custom-made, bespoke outfits. This is a huge coup for him. Bey loves his work and has often worn his outfits," a source told the Daily Mirror last week.

The fashion designer - who has collaborated with the char-topping star on a number of outfits - has always gushed about Beyoncé's style.

“There’s nothing better than seeing somebody you admire, or someone who embodies Julien Macdonald,” he said. “I like girls like Beyoncé or Kristen Stewart, they are amazing women. Iconic. They are part of a new generation. When she started wearing my clothes it was amazing!"

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