Beyonce wants her Coachella performance to live on.
If you still want more from Beyonce's Coachella performance then you're in luck since Bey and fashion house Balmain are coming through with a collection. This Friday the 13th, a three-piece capsule will launch at Balmain's flagship store in Paris that will have the pink and yellow sweatshirts she wore on stage (see cover photo) as well as a black graphic t-shirt of the same design.
The offering will be available online on Saturday if Paris is just too out of the way to cop the looks. Proceeds from the sales will go to the United Negro College Fund. Balmain's creative director Olivier Roustein talked with Vogue on how important working with Bey is for him.
"I'm black and my parents are white. I grew up in France without having a real identification of being black and being an adult. I couldn't see myself in the future, in a way, because there were not so many people in the '80s or early '90s that could show me a direction. For me, working with Beyoncé, it's more than only music," he said.
"She is an icon to an entire generation and so many more generations can follow the steps of Beyoncé and say, 'You give us hope, you make us dream.'"