Beyonce, daughter Blue Ivy attend Wearable Art Gala in Indian designer wear

WION Web Team
Delhi, India Published: Mar 19, 2018, 04:41 AM(IST)

Beyoncé‬ with her daughter Blue Ivy Carter‬. Photograph:( Instagram )

Pop star Beyonce attended the 2nd Annual Wearable Art Gala in Los Angeles with her daughter Blue Ivy Carter and husband Jay-Z as she was awarded a humanitarian award by her mother, Tina Knowles Lawson. 

Knowles Lawson, who co-founded the WACO Theater with husband Richard Lawson, while honouring Beyonce said, “Honoring Beyoncé and Mrs Carter is just an honour for us because so many people have asked to honour Beyoncé and she’s always said no. So, she couldn’t tell me no because I’m her mom. I am just happy for people to just see what an amazing person she is, what a great human being she is. And Mrs Carter as well. She gets on buses with these kids and goes on college tours, she gets prom dresses. They’re both just changing the world and it’s amazing to get to honour them.”

Beyonce walked the gala with her daughter in a matching pair of gold dresses as the event was hosted by the WACO Theater Center. Interestingly, the Halo singer strutted in a custom piece by Indian design house Falguni Shane Peacock. The dress had thorough gold embellishments ending up in a gold furled train as Blue Ivy looked beautiful in a gold dress with poofy skirt and matching gold wig. 

Husband and father, Jay-Z was spotted in a dark suit and white button-down shirt. 

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At the gala, during the event's live auction, Blue was seen bidding on behalf of her parents. She bid for a  $17,000 acyclic painting of Sidney Poitier that caught her fancy. She bid again when the item's asking price shot up to $19,000. However, director Tyler Perry beat out the bid and won the art piece for $20,000. 


Beyonce and Jay-Z will soon be on the road for their upcoming tour, On The Run which is a sequel to their 2014 tour. 

It is expected that the couple will be travelling with their children, Blue Ivy as well as 8-month-old twins, Sir and Rumi. 


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