Beyoncé’s Grammys Dress Had Her Face On It


As if Beyoncé’s ensemble during her performance at the Grammys on Sunday wasn’t already flawless enough, it turns out that hidden right in the center of her dress was a detail most of us missed—an embroidered portrait of none other than the Queen Bee herself.

In a new interview, designer Peter Dundas revealed that the dress was inspired by the work of Gustav Klimt and Art Deco motifs, mixed together with lyrics from Beyoncé’s song “Love Drought,” which she performed during the event. The designer went on to add that he also paid homage to the African goddess Oshun with the look, and chose to finish the whole thing off by embroidering two cherubs on her hips and Bey’s face in the center.