Cover LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 12: Singer-songwriter Beyonce performs onstage during The 59th GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Lester Cohen/Getty Images for NARAS)

Renowned for being the powerhouse of generations, Beyonce has never failed to stun a crowd with her stage performance and outfit

Beyonce has always known how to put on a spectacle. From her earliest stage performances to her most recent appearance, the award-winning artist clearly has one of the most memorable and highly-coveted wardrobe looks as it includes pieces from top designers, including Tom Ford, Roberto Cavalli, and Versace.

Browse below to see how the singer-songwriter's stage outfit has changed over the years:

BET Awards Show (2003)

In 2003, Beyonce performed her hit song Crazy In Love at the BET Awards wearing a purple and lime mini dress from the Versace spring-summer 2003 collection paired with lime heels.

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MTV Europe Music Awards (2003)

Like a true star, Beyonce glistened as she performed Baby Boy with Sean Paul at the MTV Europe Music Awards in 2003. It was a spectacle that had the crowd cheering for the singer, who was wearing a fringed silver number. 

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Grammy Awards (2004)

Beyonce left her fans and critics in awe when she performed alongside Prince at the 46th Annual Grammy Awards. She graced the stage wearing a Barbie-inspired look—a pink sparkling mini dress embellished with feathers.

'Ladies First' Tour (2004)

Beyonce looked incredible in the gold ensemble she donned during her "Ladies First" tour in 2004.

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Ovation Hall Performance (2012)

It's safe to assume that Beyonce's go-to style on-stage was a piece decked with fringes that swayed with every twirl. She wore the same style during her performance at Ovation Hall in 2012. The ensemble was a two-piece set which was bejewelled along the neckline and waistband, teamed with nude fishnet stockings and hot pink heels.

Opening Night of 'The Mrs Carter Show' World Tour (2013)

There had already been talks about Beyonce working with top designers to create a spectacular wardrobe no one has ever seen before she began "The Mrs Carter Show" world tour. The rumours turned out to be true as the singer opened the show wearing a white Ralph & Russo peplum bodysuit. The ribbed piece is also designed with tasselled epaulettes, a detail often used in other stage outfits worn by the singer.

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'The Mrs Carter Show' World Tour (2013)

Flaunting her curves while brimming with swag, Beyonce performed onstage wearing a Givenchy bodysuit with a matching cap during "The Mrs Carter Show" World Tour at the Barclays Center in 2013.

MTV Video Music Awards (2014)

Beyonce's colourful ensemble matched the backdrop which had a projection of a stained glass window. The mosaic bodysuit is from the Tom Ford 2014 collection.

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Grammy Awards (2015)

Beyonce returned to the 57th Annual Grammy Awards looking absolutely immaculate in a custom white gown by Roberto Cavalli. She performed Take My Hand Precious Lord while wearing a transparent white dress.

Grammy Awards (2017)

In 2017, Beyonce debuted her baby bump during her Love Drought and Sandcastles performance at the 59th Grammy Awards, donning a custom gilded gown by Peter Dundas. That same year, she won Best Urban Contemporary Album.

Oscars (2022)

Wearing a neon custom David Koma ensemble complete with diamond drop earrings, diamond bracelets, and a dazzling garter adorned with jewels, Beyonce performed the Oscar-nominated song Be Alive from King Richard during the 94th Academy Awards.

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