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    A veritable shape-shifter, Beyonce dons everything from an embellished silver beaded corset to day-glo makeup and plenty in between. Click through to see her morph into more identities than most musicians can hope to achieve over the course of a career. (And visit for even more credits). 

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    Rainbow brites and prints dominate this '70s roller-disco tribute. Beyonce prances into the disco hall wearing a yellow Versace fur coat-as-cape and vintage DKNY tights, but our favorite look is the candy-hued Missguided Jayden Tropical Bustier with Mesh Back ($41), denim cutoffs, and Margo Manhattan’s Joust Chain with Fiori Pendant ($2150) in this look.


    Directed by Hype Williams, styled by Lysa Cooper, with additional styling by Ty Hunter & Raquel Smith


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    This '90s erotica tribute sees Beyonce wearing a 3.1 Phillip Lim Leopard Print Ribbed Leather Jacket ($1650) with One Teaspoons’ 505 Rollers Shorts ($99), a bordello Bondage Waspie, Tom Ford F/W 13 lace trackpants, and an Herve Leger by Max Azria peach Resort 14 swimsuit topped with a fur turtleneck. Our favorite, though, is the molded Yves Saint Laurent by Tom Ford S/S 01 rubber bustier and intricate leather and lace eye-mask. 


    Directed by Ricky Saiz, styled by Lysa Cooper, Karen Langley, with additional styling by Ty Hunter & Raquel Smith

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    No Angel

    We walk the dog in an all-white fur-hooded ensemble, too. Beyonce topped her Robyn Lawley Almost French One Piece ($199) bathing suit with a hooded faux fur and Christian Louboutin pumps.  


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    The mournful ballad features Beyonce in Sicily wearing a Dolce & Gabbana F/W 13 lace dress and a S/S 14 Eugenia Kim Honey Wide Brim Hat ($385).

    Directed by Beyoncé & Todd Tourso, styled by Ty Hunter & Raquel Smith, with additional styling by Tim White

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    One of the best videos of the bunch features Beyonce and Drake and a slew of incredibly talented dancers. The teal eyeshadow and cropped blonde bob is epic, but our favorite pieces is the silver safety pin creation from Sorcha O’Raghallaigh's S/S 14 Forget Me Not collection, which surfaces in the refrain.


    Directed by Pierre Debusschere, styled by Karen Langley, with additional styling by Ty Hunter & Raquel Smith

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    The epic Swarovski bedazzled face mask, vintage Christian Lacroix embellished corset, and beaded Victoria Grant hat steal the spotlight in this racy video. Also worth noting: some of the epic performance lingerie is custom-made from the cabaret Le Crazy Horse in Paris.


    Directed by Jake Nava, styled by Bea Åkerlund, with additional styling by Ty Hunter & Raquel Smith 


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    Drunk in Love

    Beyonce frolicks in the waves with Jay-Z wearing a black tulle overlay from Wendy Nichol’s S/S14 Aquarius dress, One Teaspoons’ Black Lion Bralette ($48) and bottoms and a stack of Jennifer Fisher’s cuffs, including the Square Block Cuff ($355) and the Triangle Block Cuff ($355).



    Directed by Hype Williams styled by Lysa Cooper, with additional styling by Ty Hunter & Raquel Smith

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    Pretty Hurts

    In the heart-breaking tribute to the body-image struggles women face today, Beyonce wears many outfits, but the Norma Kamali Bill Mio One Piece Swimsuit ($350) in Acid Yellow is definitely a highlight. Also topping our list? The Norma Kamali Omo Gym Long Sleeve Crew Neck Midriff Shirt ($275) and Gym Boy Short ($165) combination with Tom Ford's F/W 13 Sandals, which stands out as the most unexpected look of the video.


    Directed by Melina Matsoukas styled by Bea Åkerlund, with additional styling by Ty Hunter & Raquel Smith

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    Grown Woman

    An adorable mashup of home videos of Beyonce’s childhood performances is juxtaposed with a psychedelic ‘70s dance video. The pixelated video feels like the inside of a kaleidoscope but Tom Ford's F/W 13 Geometric Patterned Boots and Red Carter’s Art Deco Bustier One-Piece Bandeau ($220) make a welcome cameo.

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    The opening scene of “Jealous" finds Beyonce waiting at a dinner table alone, wearing an Ulyana Sergeenko F/W 13 Couture Vologda Lace Pelerine and a Soft Paris Baroque Serre Waist-Cincher with jewelry from Eddie Borgo, specifically the: Pave Two Tone Studded Plate Cuff in Gunmetal; Saftey Chain Cuff in Gunmetal; Gemstone Cone Bracelet in Gold with Aragonite, a Mawi Rebel Rocks Bike Chain Choker and Repossi Barbere Ear Cuff. She later takes to the streets in a daze wearing Burberry’s Metal Plate Vinyl Trench Coat ($3195).

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    Walking past a veritable circus of characters, Beyonce struts to her hotel room wearing a Saint Laurent tuxedo jacket, pinstripe trousers and bow. For her in-room dance scene she slips into a Ulyana Sergeenko F/W13 velvet puff-shoulder bodysuit with contrast Victorian ruffled high neck and Soft Paris Bas Fétiches Opaque Stockings. Her final look consists of a sheer cape with velvet appliqué and black Swarovski crystal crown from Michael Cinco AW13 “The Impalpable Dream of Russia” collection.


    Directed by Jonas Åkerlund, styled by Bea Åkerlund, with additional styling by Ty Hunter & Raquel Smith

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    The eerie video is the most honest and unexpected, with a barefaced Beyonce saying:  “I probably won’t make no money off this, oh well”. Over the course of the song we see Beyonce in a variety of grey and black outfits, but we favor the Seafolly Net Effect Bustier Maillot, which is the most apt for the frank and direct tone of the song.


    Directed by Pierre Debusschere, styled by Karen Langley, with additional styling by Ty Hunter & Raquel Smith

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    In the girl-power anthem that samples pieces of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s “We Should All Be Feminists” speech at Ted Talks to scenes of a hell-raising moshpit, we find Beyonce in a plaid shirt, denim cutoffs and Chanel’s F/W 13 Glazed Calfskin Boots. The look makes her seem simultaneously relatable and intimidating, which is probably what she was going for. 



    Directed by Jake Nava, styled by Karen Langley, with additional styling by Ty Hunter & Raquel Smith

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