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All hail Queen Bey and her amazing sense of style. Whether she's stopping time on the red carpet, channeling her alter-ego Sasha Fierce in custom Balmain, or flexing for her grid in casual denim, she knows how to put a look together. 

Beyoncé has shown up at every event in her career looking like an 11 out of 10, and we’re not mad about it. Since her beginnings in the early 2000s with Destiny’s Child, the star has never once disappointed—even when she’s caught wearing sweatpants by paparazzi. The woman can make anything (absolutely anything) look stunning. And while, of course, her style has changed plenty of times through the years, it’s an evolution we love getting to witness.










When Beyoncé became a solo star, her style stepped up even more and she began looking toward designers who embraced the confident, sexy looks that she so loved. Remember the olive-toned Versace dress with ribbons crisscrossing the bodice that she wore to the MTV Movie Awards in 2003? How about that black velvet strapless Versace gown from the 2005 Oscars? One of our all-time favorite Queen Bey's red-carpet looks. She showed us all that she is good at demeaning glamor too. Today, as well as her favs (Gucci, Balmain, Dolce & Gabbana), she uses her high profile as a platform to promote newer labels. Who can forget that dazzling gold Peter Dundas dress she wore to the Grammys in 2017 while heavily pregnant? It was a dress that was from the designer's first collection, propelling him to international fame. Her social mediator has become a showcase for under-the-radar designers often leading to instant sell-outs.


Beyoncé’s net worth is $500 million, which she was able to make while producing music, designing clothes, and even starring in movies.She first found success with her girl group, Destiny’s Child, in the 1990s. Beyoncé won multiple awards with Destiny’s Child and later went on to become even more popular as a solo artist after the group disbanded in 2006.


The couple has now been together for more than two decades.The duo also became parents to Blue Ivy in 2012, after four years of marriage, and welcomed twins Sir and Rumi in June 2017. Their car collection boasts luxury vehicles with room for their brood and motors that have been used in their music videos.From Maybachs to a Rolls Royce, let's take a peek at the car couple's jaw-dropping fleet.Jay-Z's love for the Spider is how it got to star in the Show Me What you Got music video back in 2006."The Ferrari's all-aluminum, 32-valve V-8 produces commendable horsepower (483) for its relatively diminutive size (4308 cc).2006 pagani zonda is One of the couple's most treasurable vehicles in their collection, only 25 of this car was made. and lots more.











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