Monday, November 28, 2022
45.3 F
Illinois
More

    Latest Posts

    The Crazy Thing About Solange

    Solange Knowles recently attended Milan Fashion week’s @matthieu_blazy ‘s sophomore show at Bottega Veneta.

    She sported a parka jacket with knee length shorts paired with sparkly boots and earrings.

    While many spotted Solange as Milan Fashion Weeks best dressed others notice her strong resemblance to her big sis Beyonce.

    One person wrote, Beyonce is starting to look like Tina and Solange starting to look like Beyonce … THIS IS CRAZY (slide 2)

    But the sisters have always seemed to be chameleons of each other and their mom at different times, especially Solange.

    Slide 1 check out her striking resemblance of Tina Lawson.

    Slide 3 the throwback photo of Beyonce is almost spot on to Solange if she didn’t have on glasses.

    Slide 4 we think Beyonce took on their moms face in this photo. See the photos below.

    In addition to staying fashionable, Solange Knowles has entered into compositional art.

    The NYCB announced the commission in a press release August 15. Gianna Reisin, the youngest choreographer to work with the NYCB will perform for the “Don’t Touch My Hair” artist’s composition.

    After leaving Milan, she headed to New York for the Premiere of “Play Time,” her first composition for ballet. The ballet was choreographed by Gianna Reisen and costumes by Palomo Spain featuring 800,000 Swarovski crystals.

    Knowles drew quite a crowd. The audience consisted of Tyler The Creator, Telfar Clemens and Luar designer Raul Lopez. Additionally, Kristin Davis, Laverne Cox, Billy Porter, Queen Latifah, Amy Sedaris and Julia Fox also attended. But more importantly her mom and sister cheered her on while attending also.

    Knowles also released a 188-page monograph through her multidisciplinary creative studio, Saint Heron, and Anteism Books, featuring a typically eclectic range of media to illustrate both Past Pupils and Smiles and its lasting resonance with those who worked on it. The book includes behind-the-scenes and live-performance photography and conversations with and writings by collaborators like cocurator Aaron Cezar, musician Greg Bryant, costume designer Kyle Luu, and hairstylist Virginie “Gin” Moreira, among others.

    Latest Posts

    spot_imgspot_img

    Don't Miss