GLAM OR SHAM?: Beyonce’s New High-Fashion Ads for House of Dereon



A faraway location. A gorgeous, flowing dress. A striking hairstyle. Beyonce pulled out all the high-fashion stops for her latest ad campaign for House of Dereon


Shot against a volcano in Santorini, Greece, Beyonce wears a flowing, green watercolor halter dress and a fuschia mini strapless dress with a side ruffle.


I live for her pompadour, but the fit of the fuschia dress seems all wrong! House of Dereon isn’t known for their construction, but to attempt an avante garde look, the fabric and fit of the garment must be immaculate. 





The shots of her flowing green dress are stunning. The chiffon dress boasts embroidery around the neckline and a majestic watercolor print that mirrors the land. Just beautiful. P.S. As a dancer, I find her leap with the mountains and sea in the background beyond breathtaking.






She also posed in more casual, everyday clothes for the campaign, wearing a gray blazer flanked with studs and heavy metal chains. In her signature over-the-top fashion, Beyonce wore a studded bracelet, a short denim studded skirt, smoky eyes and a shaggy blonde bang to complete the look. I’m on board—especially since for Fall, gray is the new black. Ow!





What do you think of the new ads, Glamazons? Glam or a Sham?


Kisses,


Coutura


Photos: BeyonceWorld.net.

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2 responses to “GLAM OR SHAM?: Beyonce’s New High-Fashion Ads for House of Dereon

  1. fierce! beyonce does it again, love this woman!

  2. I LOVE that last jacket. Need, want, have to have it in my life NOW. The photography in the campaign is really beautiful, the leaping shots are pure art. Like you, I'm not to thrilled with the pink dress. If the fit was right I'd rock it because its a great concept, just doubt they could pull it off.

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