When it comes to fashion, Beyoncé cares about the quality and look rather than the label

Bey's Ivy Park has officially cut ties with Top Shop's Philip Green
Bey's Ivy Park has officially cut ties with Top Shop's Philip Green

The 38-year-old superstar can basically choose her wardrobe from any fashion house in the world, however, her stylist, Zerina Akers insisted that Beyoncé only cares about the quality and the look rather than the label.

Zerina also revealed that Beyoncé was happy to include some of the larger fashion houses in Beyonce’s new Black Is King Disney+ film, because has received a lot of support from them over the years and she mixed them with less well-known labels and designers as she values their fashion too.

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“With some of the larger houses, I love that I was able to support those that supported us. I mean, Olivier Rousteing (Balmain) has come through for Beyoncé in more ways than one. Riccardo Tisci at Burberry, I wanted to support his tenure there because he has been there for her for more than 10 years — for many years — with past stylists. He's always come through,” Akers says to The Hollywood Reporter.

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“I liked having this space and platform to say, 'Thank you,' and still pull them in these larger visual pieces. The Burberry cowhide look on the horse, when that circulates, she's also wearing Ariana Boussard earrings and bangles. From the Valentino look, she's also wearing A-Morir sunglasses by Kerin Rose Gold. Mixing the high and low so when those looks circulate, it makes such a profound difference in the careers of these designers and these businesses. That's the power. It's kind of like Robin Hood in a way, a fashion Robin Hood,” she adds.

Compiled by Futhi Masilela

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