Considering that she debuted the first single in an ad campaign for H&M, it’s no surprise that the 17 videos released along with Beyoncé’s new self-titled “visual album” are chock-full of fashion.
Since the album dropped (without warning) this morning, my inbox has been filling up with emails from fashion and beauty publicists who spotted their brand’s clothes, jewelry, bathing suits, vintage tights, and even glow-in-the-dark nail polish.
Click on for all the glorious details, then head to the comments and tell us: Which of Beyoncé’s 17 videos is the most fierce?
In the midst of a beauty queen breakdown in “Pretty Hurts,” B submerges herself in water wearing a blue beaded V-neck Georges Chakra gown.
Beyoncé dons a sexy, strappy one-piece from Herve Leger in the video for “Yoncé,” but something tells me this bathing suit wouldn’t survive a drenching as well as the Georges Chakra gown did.
Though you can’t see it here, I have been assured that B’s glow-in-the-dark manicure in “Blow” comes courtesy of Ciate Nail Polish. (No word yet on where the day-glo orange lipstick came from.) Watch the 30 second preview and you will catch a glimpse of the singer’s booty in a pair of vintage DKNY tights.
B breaks out the spikes in the video for “Jealous,” layering on a studded plate cuff, safety chain, and gemstone gold bracelet from Eddie Borgo jewelry.
Is it just me, or does B having a Madonna moment in the video for “Haunted?” With her finger waves and that black-and-white silk jumpsuit by Russian designer Ulyana Sergeenko, she looks like she could start Vogue-ing at any moment.