Last night, Beyoncé wore a sheer Black Mosaic mini dress by Tom Ford to a special screening of her visual album at the SVA theater. The singer paired her body con outfit with a glass design with Tom Ford thigh high boots.
Guests were greeted by women who wore ski masks similar to the YSL mask worn by Beyonce in the "Superpower" music video. The servers carried trays holding popcorn, Pepsi and Mountain Dew soft drinks. A visual tower of television sets with images of Beyonce flashing on the screens also decorated the lobby.
The room erupted into rapturous applause once Beyonce entered after the screening of her visual album to a standing ovation from the audience.
The singer answered several pre-submitted Instagram questions from her fans.
Beyonce revealed how she felt the night her album was available for sale on iTunes. She had just performed on stage during her concert tour.
“I got off the stage. I had a glass a wine. My cousin Angie was like, ‘Girl are you alright?’ because I was talking to myself because I was terrified and so scared and I envisioned the worst things: people not liking it, and then me thinking ‘Why didn’t I say anything?’ It’s human; I was really nervous and it was a huge risk. And when I landed and I saw it live on iTunes and you are waiting for that first comment, and the next morning I was just [does a little happy dance]! Thank you, lord Jesus!”
Beyonce also spoke about her changing image and the themes in her music videos.
“I’ve always been very generous. On stage I’d take my pain, my joy, and use it in my performance. I am private and respectful, but it took me no longer being someone’s child, once I became a mother, I felt like I could tear down that fourth wall. It was time that I felt I could be completely liberated. I could no longer create art for other people.”
Who was there : Singer Wynter Gordon, Ty Hunter, Model Shaun Ross, Ty Hunter, Fashion Bomb founder Claire Sulmers, Micah Jesse, Examiner reporter Shani Harris.
The Beyonce album is now available in stores and on iTunes.