Teyana Taylor put the “bee” in basketball on the premiere of “White Males Cannot Leap.” The singer and actor walked the Could 11 pink carpet in Los Angeles sporting a printed Supreme beekeeper go well with, full with dishevelled parachute pants, a button-up jacket, and an identical hood.
Taylor additionally wore a removable masks that coated her whole face, letting her bucket hat poke out from beneath the sheer material. Beekeeping fits are historically supposed to protect and shield, however Taylor’s model was designed to face out with its daring rainbow polka-dot print. “Da Bee-Ball KeepHER,” she captioned the look on Instagram.
Styled by EJ King, Taylor paired her outfit with pink monogrammed sneakers from Louis Vuitton’s Nike Air Power 1 collaboration. (Taylor is such a sneakerhead, in reality, she’s dropping her personal rose-inspired Air Jordan on June 1.) She accomplished her look with a black diamond-encrusted manicure.
Past her beekeeper realness, Taylor has often confirmed her love for a daring inventive idea. Take the tweed Thom Browne gown she not too long ago wore to this yr’s Met Gala, which included a pretend white button-up and a skirt so tight, she needed to hop up the steps. Whereas this go well with is objectively extra sensible when it comes to mobility, we do surprise if Taylor’s vibrant eye masks obscured her imaginative and prescient in any manner. Forward, see why it would’ve been value it.