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Beyoncé's Lemonade: Every Single Look

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Beyoncé's visual album Lemonade landed on HBO tonight. In the gallery above, you'll find everything Bey wore across the hour-long film. We'll be filling in outfit credits as we discover them.

We know she wore a romantic yellow look by Roberto Cavalli, a woven gold dress from a Project Runway alum, Saint Laurent heels, a House of Malakai headdress, and various couture gowns. The clothes — and there are so, so, so many of them — are as nearly as emotional as the music, the message, or the cinematography.

The film did not include "Formation" (it rolled over the credits), but there were costume changes over 11 tracks, interspersed with spoken word poetry adapted from the album by Somali-€”British writer and poet Warsan Shire. The album is currently available on Tidal as well as iTunes.