With all its bold, loud, colorful scenes, Beyoncé’s “Party” video is a fashion fest, bringing together some of the industry’s most fun brands and personalities for one heck of a jam.
Beyoncé and her mother, Tina Knowles, debuted the highly anticipated House of Deréon collection for Selfridges on Sunday.
The House of Dereon has unveiled its fall and holiday 2011 campaigns, starring mom-to-be Beyoncé.
A Fierce Fashion Affair is planned for The Encore Esplanade in Las Vegas on August 1.
That’s the event featuring Tina Knowles (yep, Beyonce’s mom), creative director of House of Dereon and collections from the House of Dereon.
There’s word that bubbly will flow as model rock the looks on the runway.
But the fashion event won’t kick off until Beyonce has performed at Encore Theater on July 30 and 31, in what is being carded one of the most intimate events on the I AM… North American tour.
The singer will also perform at the venue August 1 and 2.
House of Dereon siblings, Beyonce and Solange, have some explaining to do to their fans.
As a matter of fact, the two probably need to provide the victims of Hurrican Ike with an explanation, too.
Music World / Columbia Records have issued a statement, indicating that their December 9 concert, “Beyonce and Solange: Hope For The Holidays,” at Houston’s House of Blues, has been cancelled “until further notice.”
The concert was planned to benefit the Texas victims of Hurricane Ike.
Why the cancellation?
The record company says it’s “due to a set of irresolvable scheduling conflicts.”
The one hour-concert was originally scheduled to premiere on Fuse on Sunday, December 21.
The concert was intended to benefit the Gulf Coast Ike Relief Fund to aid Texas victims of Hurricane Ike through the Survivor Foundation, a Knowles family charity helping people in need.
“Beyonce and Solange regret the cancellation of their Houston-area holiday concert and urge their fans to support the efforts of The Gulf Coast Ike Relief Fund and the Survivor Foundation,” they said.