Beyonce's stage outfits for her upcoming world tour will reportedly be created by famed British designer Julien MacDonald.
The 'Single Ladies' singer is gearing up for her 'Mrs. Carter Show' world tour in April, her first since giving birth to daughter Blue Ivy in January 2012, and it appears the preparations couldn't be going better with the diva reportedly handpicking Julien MacDonald as the designer for the stage outfits the singer and her dancers will wear.
Beyonce will be kicking off her world tour in April (WENN)
A source told The Mirror: “Julien is a huge Beyoncé fan so he's really excited about producing some custom-made, bespoke outfits.
“This is a huge coup for him. Bey loves his work and has often worn his outfits.”
Julien is known for his love of glamorous sequins and first teamed up with Beyonce in 2011 while he also created the glittery bodysuit the singer wore during her performance in Las Vegas at New Year's.
The Welshman has previously worked with a whole range of celebrities including Naomi Campbell, Selena Gomez and Kylie Minogue.
Beyonce will be kicking off her 63-date world tour in Belgrade, Serbia on April 15 before going onto various other cities including Amsterdam, Paris, London, Munich and Rio de Janeiro. Tickets for the shows sold out in minutes around the world and the singer was forced to add extra dates due to the high demand.