Seems like Beyoncé and Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci have a thing going on.
Fresh off the red carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala, where she wore a latex Givenchy gown designed by Tisci, the pop superstar debuted a new Givenchy outfit to a sold-out crowd at NRG Stadium last weekend during the Houston stop of her Formation Tour.
Tisci created a bronze all-over sequined two-piece bodysuit for the singer, who accessorized it with black leather boots with gold sequined heels.
During her hometown perfomance, Beyoncé also wore a custom floor-length white fur coat designed by Saulo Villela for Adrienne Landau and white cowboy hat as she performed "Daddy Lessons," the country-style track off of her new album.
Other eye-catching looks were exclusively designed by Balmain, Roberto Cavalli, Gucci and DSquared2, which created her opening look of a Victorian-inspired black crystal embroidered bustier with velvet, puff shouldered embroidered sleeves, broad brim hat, and gloves with lace embellished leather gloves.
Dsquared2 designers Dean and Dan Caten previously created Beyoncé's leather jacket from her show-stopping Super Bowl performance earlier this year.