Photographer: Blair Caldwell

Stylist: Marni Senofonte assisted by
@iamandrewmcfarland, Vance Gamble and Damien Lloyd
Outfit: Celia Kritharioti Couture
Makeup Artist: Sir John
Hairstylist: Neal Farinah and Nakia Rachon
Colorist: EJ Hagen
Manicurist: Miho Okawara using Presto and Daily Charme
Clutch: Judith Leiber
Shoes: Gianvito Rossi
Jewelry: Tiffany & Co.

What is better than going to an Oscar Afterparty? Well, if you ask Beyoncé, she’ll probably tell you: going to your own Oscars Gold Afterparty. Let’s see what she wore for the special occasion.

Beyoncé stunned in a Celia Kritharioti Couture embroidered sheer creation made from silk tulle from the Spring Summer 2022 collection paired with metallic Gianvito Rossi Metropolis 115 PVC sandals.  

In the photoshoot, she can also be seen carrying a silver Judith Leiber slim faceted rectangular clutch, covered in rhine crystals.

The Black beauty adorned her neck with a reimagined archival Tiffany & Co. necklace, which originally debuted at the 1939 World’s Fair. Two years in the making, the necklace featured over 175 total carats of diamonds. The over 80 carats diamond at its center is called ‘Empire Diamond‘, named as a tribute to Tiffany‘s New York heritage–it can also be worn as a ring. She also wore a pair of diamond studs.

Courtesy of Tiffany & Co.
Courtesy of Tiffany & Co.
Courtesy of Tiffany & Co.

Her makeup consisted of a smudged black eye pencil that served as eyeliner to frame her eyes, a copper glitter eyeshadow and glossy nude lips; the hair was styled in a side part with gentle waves that graced her back.

Bey‘s manicurist Miho Okawara used a Presto Base Gel, Presto Top Gel and apparently a Daily Charme Mirror Chrome powder for the singer’s nails. We write apparently because her nail artist mentioned a “white Daily Charme silver chrome” powder but we could not find it anywhere and the aforementioned one was the most similar looking to the one the Black entertainer was seen showing off on her nails.


Mrs Knowles-Carter attended the ceremony because her song “Be Alive” from the movie “King Richard” was nominated in the Best Original Song category.

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