When Beyoncé first opened up sales for the Renaissance box sets, not even an image of the star accompanied the listing, and still they sold out. And now that Renaissance has arrived, as one would expect, Bey has stepped up her merch game. Sure, you’ve got plenty of sweet t-shirts and hoodies, but the first round of the one-week-only Renaissance merch drop serves as another reminder why Beyoncé is an unrivaled entertainment titan. Read on to learn more.
Are you feeling overwhelmed by the greatness of Renaissance? Bey has you covered. You’ll stay cool and flawless as ever with this trusty folding fan emblazoned with the eponymous album cover title on one side and image of Beyoncé atop a horse on the other.
We’ll never be as glamorous as Queen B, but she’s still offering us a taste. Perhaps inspired by the cover art for “Break My Soul,” set sights on the black satin opera-length gloves embellished with rhinestones that spell out “act i” across the left hand and arm and “RENAISSANCE” across the right.
Beyoncé knew Renaissance was meant to be listened to in big groups, so she’s also included a set of eight white mini party hats for you and your friends to wear while you dance the night away together. Sure, Mrs. Carter isn’t the first artist to sell a cowboy hat to fans, but none other have the Beyoncé seal of approval.
We’re not sure what kind of aliens Beyoncé has been reading about, but if they inspired her to release some sparkly merch, we’re all about it. Next time you’re headed to a festival or want to glam up your undergarment selection, look no further than the pasties perfectly fit for a disco cowgirl.
It’s more than the name of Track 2 on Renaissance. Beyoncé really does want to keep you cozy! What better way to feel secure than wrapped up in a soft blanket marked with the ultimate image of bravado: the Renaissance album cover? So much d*** swag.
This one may lean a bit too far into crime scene territory, but we’ll take it! Just imagine plastering your walls with decorative tapes of yellow, red and gray that say “Beyoncé,” “Renaissance” and “Thique,” respectively. With a sense of welcomed urgency, it’ll scream party emergency.