Beyoncé’s new album “Renaissance” is serving up dance jams — and some damn good fashion.
In the artwork for Queen Bey’s seventh studio LP, which dropped July 29, she models a slew of sexy and stylish looks from luxury labels like Schiaparelli, Mugler and Alaïa.
In one particularly sultry shot, the 28-time Grammy winner sprawls across a couch beneath a disco ball, clad in nothing but a black fur, star-shaped silver pasties and a Swarovski crystal and chain garter by Natalia Fedner.
In another, the 40-year-old superstar pairs a sheer polka-dotted bodysuit and matching tights with nipple tassels and a black velvet fascinator.
And in a sure sign fashion’s cone bra revival isn’t over yet, Beyoncé also strikes a pose in a Schiaparelli Haute Couture getup comprised of a pointy gold bustier, spotted thigh-highs and dramatic dangling earrings.
Other haute highlights include a Mugler LBD fitted with a gleaming metal breastplate, a lime-colored sheer lace mermaid gown by Alaïa and a black-and-white Bethany Cordwell look Cruella de Vil would adore.
Still, Beyoncé might’ve saved the best look for the album cover itself: a barely-there, 3D-printed Nusi Quero creation that, as the designer told the Miami New Times, he had to send along with an instructional video so she’d know how to affix its “patterned system of spikes” to her body with “skin-safe adhesive.”
If you needed further proof the diva is “comfortable in [her] skin,” as she sings on “Renaissance” track “Cozy,” look no further than this striking shoot.