Beyoncé Wears Lebanese Designer on New Album Cover

Charting Queen B’s love of Arab designers

No stranger to unexpected releases, Beyoncé somehow still managed to catch her fans by surprise this weekend with the release of a live album coinciding with her Netflix special, Homecoming.

The double-length live album features 40-tracks from the singer’s historic set at Coachella last year, that saw fans deeming the festival Beychella. And whilst we’re incessantly stunned by her extraordinary talent, one thing in particular caught our attention: the album cover.


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The Grammy-award winning singer is seen wearing one item of clothing – an intricate headpiece by Lebanese designer Nicolas Jebran,


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This isn’t the first time Queen B has donned Arab designs. The singer wore one of Jebran’s pieces at the 2018 Grammys and she’s long-been a fan of Tunisian designer Donia Allegue’s turbans, having most recently worn one of her headpieces in the video for her song APE S**T with husband Jay Z.  

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