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Beyoncé Just Launched a Coachella Pop-Up Store
If you loved every second of Beyoncé's Coachella performance, then you're going to adore this news—the Destiny's Child singer has opened up a Coachella pop-up store, which you can visit online here for a limited time only.
Rather than selling replicas of her incredible, custom-made, Balmain-designed outfits, Beyoncé's pop-up store features brand new designs inspired by her Coachella set. And, of course, there are several items featuring Beyoncé's very own coat of arms, which was designed for her Coachella appearance.
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According toHarper's Bazaar UK, fans have been noting that much of the merch seems to take inspiration from "fraternity logos, which typically employ Greek lettering, and that Beyoncé is effectively creating her own sorority collection with the launch." And I think we can all agree that if Queen Bey started a sorority, we'd all want to join it immediately.
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Sadly, Beyoncé's second weekend at Coachella won't be livestreamed on YouTube, but at least the world has last week's epic, and groundbreaking, performance to keep rewatching. The singer made history as the first black woman to headline Coachella, and her performance was lauded the world over.
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