Beyoncé Brings Her Boldest Shoe Yet to the Renaissance Tour

Instagram content

This content can also be viewed on the site it originates from.

All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, we may earn affiliate revenue on this article and commission when you buy something.

Since hitting the stage with her very first stop on the Renaissance tour in Stockholm back in May, Beyoncé has consistently brought fierce, disco-ready ensembles for the crowd. Practically every luxury fashion house has created a custom look for her performances—including Jean Paul Gaultier, Alexander McQueen, Valentino, and of course, that unforgettable Loewe catsuit. Punctuating all of these theatrical looks? Usually a sexy stiletto sandal or boot of some sort. But for last night’s show in Santa Clara, California, Beyoncé brought a different kind of shoe to the stage—and it’s her boldest (and highest) style yet.

Opting for an entirely custom Marc Jacobs look, Beyoncé slipped into the designer’s sky-high Kiki boots, which were entirely covered in dazzling black Swarovski crystals. The staggering shoes are already a hit amongst celebrities such as Olivia Rodrigo and Doja Cat, but Beyoncé gets bonus points for wearing them on stage: It’s impressive she could sing and do choreography in them, given their staggering platform. As for the rest of her ensemble, the superstar wore a new version of look one from the label’s fall 2023 collection—a strapless black sequined mini dress, punctuated by a red foulard. The headscarf was very much Old Hollywood, but the shoes were giving modern-day superstar.

Shop more platform boots, below.

Saint Laurent

Cherry leather platform ankle boots


Club 125 leather platform ankle boots


Elysse up knee high platform boots

Photo: Courtesy of @beyonce

Check Also

What to learn about Legionnaires’ illness, lung an infection confirmed at Arkansas senior middle

A resident on the Methodist Village Senior Dwelling facility in Fort Smith, Arkansas, has been …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *