The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum has dedicated an exhibit to the singer's most noteworthy style moments from the past decade
All eyes are on Beyoncé this week. Okay, that’s nothing new for her, but the beyhive is extra buzzy for two reasons. First, she’ll be revealing the first exclusive trailer of Fifty Shades of Grey Thursday (cue the ‘Is she on the soundtrack?’ speculation), and second, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum just announced they’ll be displaying her best outfits from the past 10 years as part of a new exhibit. This is a first for the museum: She’s the first star to get an exhibit without actually being in the Hall of Fame herself. (It’s only a matter of time!)
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If you happen to live in Cleveland (or if you’re minutes away from booking your flight), here’s a preview of what’s in store. You could snap a photo with her famous black-and-purple feathered Givenchy gown worn to the 2012 Met Gala, or with that crazy-sexy leather-and-lace Rubin Singer bodysuit from her 2013 Super Bowl halftime performance — you know, the one that sparked a million memes.
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Some of our favorites, however, are the throwback looks from earlier in Bey’s career. For instance: the sexy J Brand cutoffs and red Stuart Weitzman patent leather sling-back pumps from her “Crazy In Love” video with Jay, the crystal-embellished top worn on the cover of her first solo album, Dangerously In Love and that gold metal Thierry Mugler bodysuit from her 2009 “Sweet Dreams” video.
What do you think about the exhibit? Is she overdue to be inducted into the Hall of Fame? Sound off below!