Beyoncé's Twins Reveal Outfit Was First Modeled by a Man

Rebecca Barbier
Julho 17, 2017

Paloma Spain is a label known for playing with traditional gender norms with his menswear line.

We don't know too much about the piece, but we do know it was made in the Palomo Spain atelier, which is located in the Spanish village the designer calls home. "Circa either the 1950s or the 1960s".

"I love the picture. It had a midcentury quality - but we changed that", he explained.

"We thought, okay, she won't wear it", Alejandro told Harpers Bazaar, admitting he was just as surprised as everyone else to see her in his creation.

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Palomo Spain designer Alejandro Gómez Palomo toldVogue in comments posted Friday that Beyoncé placed a personal order for the outfit after being sent loaner samples and that he and his team took her measurements, tailored the piece, and sent it back.

So, like the rest of the world, Alejandro was stunned by Bey's Thursday night upload, but for slightly different reasons.

"This is a really big surprise, obviously", says Palomo. It's just really lovely. "It's exquisite.and I can never find it again", Palomo says of the fabric he used to create the gown. "It had a midcentury quality-but we changed that [.] it's a gown, now, that nearly has the shape of a big fur coat-sleeved and open".

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