Beyonce has a new long-time favourite responsible for her look at the 59th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, the Norwegian Peter Dundas.
The once design assistant at Jean Paul Gaultier, later creative director at Emanuel Ungaro, artistic director at Emilio Pucci and recently chief designer at Roberto Cavalli has announced he is starting an eponymous collection.
In three sketches posted to Instagram, Dundas just revealed three looks Beyoncé’s show-stopping pregnant Grammy looks.
Beyonce performs at the 59th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP)
“#Proudly announcing the very first #peterdundas eponymous collection look specially made for our muse queen Bey,” the caption read on a photo of Beyonce in a dazzling gold gown with ankle accessories and a headdress.
With enough jewels and gold-chain to dress a queen such as Beyonce, there’s no doubt these custom dresses deliver the news in the most showcasing and glamorous of ways.
Offstage, she also wore a red gown with a plunging neckline that hugged her baby bump and was also designed by Dundas. This is not the first time Queen Bey has worn a Peter Dundas creation. The designer famously created the marigold, off-the shoulder number the star wore in her Hold Up video for Lemonade. He also designed several looks for her Formation World Tour, including a military-inspired bodysuit embroidered with gold threads and a matching pair of tiger-print, thigh-high boots
It is not a surprise that Dundas decided to launch his own line, however, the details of what Dundas planned to do after leaving Cavalli last October had yet to be confirmed. There’s no word yet as to when a full-fledged collection might materialize, but for now, browse Dundas’ sketches on his Instagram account.