Beyoncé wows in white at Gucci bash
Beyoncé Knowles joined Gucci creative director Frida Giannini for the company's Chime for Change One-Year Anniversary last night.
The 32-year-old singer joined the fashion house's creative director Frida Giannini at Gucci Fifth Avenue in New York for the cause, which they co-founded along with actress Salma Hayek. Beyoncé dazzled in a white jumpsuit with a low-cut V-neck, while Frida went for a white mini dress with bold silver embellishments.
Face of Gucci's fragrance Première Blake Lively joined the duo and posed for photos, looked edgy in a yellow leather dress with a keyhole cut-out.
The Drunk in Love singer posted a photo of herself and Blake on her Instagram smiling for the camera, alongside the caption: "Chime for Change (sic)"
Also at the event was Beyoncé's sister Solange, marking the first time the pair had ventured out together since the 27-year-old star lashed out at her sister's husband Jay Z after the Met Gala in May.
Chime for Change raises awareness and funds for projects promoting education, health and justice for girls and women.
Beyoncé was able to catch up with T Magazine editor-in-chief Deborah Needleman too, which follows the musician appearing on the cover of the publication.
In photos for the magazine Beyoncé can be seen posing in an array of outfits, such as a pair of leather trouser and a white T-shirt while her hair was styled to look freshly washed.
The publication praises her in the accompanying article, speaking about her presence,
"If you’ve ever seen Beyoncé Knowles astride a concert stage or a red carpet, you know she is a woman with a flair for dramatic entrances," it writes.
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