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Sexy Super Bowl Style! All The Details About Beyonce’s Leather & Lace Getup

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Feb. 4 2013, Published 12:20 p.m. ET

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Talk about the sexiest Super Bowl style ever!

She certainly steamed up the stage of the Pepsi Super Bowl halftime show with her racy leather and lace look, but it wasn’t Dior, Givenchy or Gucci who dressed Beyonce on Sunday night! The smokin’ hot mama turned to relatively unknown designer Rubin Singer to create a custom look for her Bootylicious body – and has all the details about her look.

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Singer, who will be showing his Fall 2013 collection at New York Fashion Week, was approached by Bey’s team after Thanksgiving and presented storyboards to her stylists, Raquel Smith and Ty Hunter, showing his initial ideas.

The next month, Beyonce and Singer started their collaboration, which included five fittings and 200 hours of labor courtesy of 14 laborers.

Beyonce’s sexy looks, which were constructed out of liquid nylon (a blend of nylon, metal, silk and plastic), leather, Chantilly lace, engineered python and paneled iguana, were based on the designer’s Fall 2013 collection “Valkyrie’s Dominion,” so expect to see similar looks on the runway next week!


In addition to her couture getup, Beyonce donned Pretty Polly Secret Socks nylons and Proenza Schoeler booties.

Singer was also responsible for the looks of Michelle Williams and Beyonce’s backup dancers, while Kelly Rowland opted for a custom Emilio Pucci leather bodysuit.

Other style credits from Super Bowl Sunday included Jennifer Hudson in a skintight Monika Chiang leather sleeved top paired with a L’Wren Scott pencil skirt, black nylons and Saint Laurent ankle-strap heels, and Alicia Keys, in an Azzedine Alaia dress and Marina B. gold and diamond choker.



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