When not paying homage to the likes of Josephine Baker, Tina Turner, Whitney Houston, and more on stage Beyonce‘s also made quite the name over her career for saluting some of her favorite female idols by dressing as them for Halloween.
Turning heads last year when she recreated a number of looks from the catalogue of rap queen Lil Kim (click here to read more) and borrowed pop queen Janet Jackson‘s ‘Rhythm Nation’ look a few years before that (click here to read), this year Bey looked to the 90’s yet again to tribute another of its biggest figures: Toni Braxton.Array
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Taking to Instagram, Bey posted:
The photos were inspired by images found aboard Braxton’s classic, self-titled debut album’s packaging. Released in 1993, the project features the hits ‘Another Sad Love Song,’ ‘Breathe Again,’ ‘You Mean the World To Me,’ ‘Seven Whole Days,’ and more.