Who Designed Beyonce's Super Bowl Outfit? There Are Some Major Clues

This year's halftime performance was all about the tributes, and Beyonce's Super Bowl 50 outfit fit right in. When she stepped out onto the stage wearing the all-black Michael Jackson inspired bodysuit, the show got even more sartorially fabulous. If you're wondering who designed Beyonce's Super Bowl performance outfit, then get in line with the rest of us. It might be a secret for now, but nothing compares to the story of her last halftime bodysuit creator.

Queen Bey completely slayed in the military-esque bodysuit for her "Formation" performance with Coldplay. Compared to the band, she was much more high fashion in her Jackson-inspired look, but was perfect for the past, present, and future theme. It's not clear who designed the outfit, but considering she wore Gucci for most of her "Formation" music video and Lady Gaga wore Gucci for her National Anthem performance, it's possible that the label might be behind this look as well.

In her 2013 performance, Beyonce rocked an all-black cutout bodysuit with fishnets, but that outfit wasn't the only reason that the designer was getting noticed. It turns out that Robert Singer, the man who created Beyonce's body suit, was sued by his investors for allegedly using company money for a vacation. But hey, at least Bey was wearing his creations.

The story behind this year's Super Bowl halftime outfit might not be as interesting, but here's how the looks compare.

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The look is pretty similar to her 2003 performance, considering they were both all-black. However, this one is a bit more edgy than her previous leather and lace performance look.

2003

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2016

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The fishnets definitely give the look a more military-inspired feel.

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SLAY!