Last night, Beyoncé and Blue Ivy attended the 2nd Annual Wearable Art Gala at Alexandria Ballrooms in Los Angeles, in matching dresses. The evening's theme was "From WACO to Wakanda" and everyone's outfits reflected the immense influence Black Panther has had on the world already.
Beyoncé was honored for her humitarian work at the Gala, alongside her mother in-law Gloria Carter. The event was hosted by her mom, Tina Knowles Lawson, and step-dad, Richard Lawson, and it was a supremely star-studded affair. Beyoncé was accompanied by her daughter, and husband Jay Z, plus her sister Solange was also there.
As usual, Blue Ivy stole the show in a stunning gold ensemble, which included a completely gold wig:
And you just have to see the train on Beyoncé's gown when she walks away, and the number of people carrying said train. It is epic to say the least:
Later on in the night, Beyoncé underwent a costume change, while Blue Ivy remained completely golden, because why ruin a good thing?
Michelle Obama recorded a video message which was played at the event to honor the former Destiny's Child singer:
And Beyoncé was presented her award in an emotional speech by a mother whose daughter is inspired by the singer's success, and who has immensely benefited from the support of the Waco Theater Center:
Accepting the award, Beyoncé tried not to cry as she revealed, "I feel really full, and just, so blessed and so very fortunate... It's a privilege and a responsibility."
The singer also attended last year's Wearable Art Gala, where she wore an unforgettable flower crown of epic proportions: