Celebrity Beyonce Knowles Beyoncé Embraced Barbiecore in a Pink Fishnet Bodysuit and Matching Latex Trench And she revealed new music is coming. By Tessa Petak Tessa Petak Instagram Tessa Petak is a Brooklyn-based writer who helps to cultivate InStyle's illustrious news coverage across a wide range of topics including celebrity, fashion, and entertainment. She also produces and composes celebrity profiles and features for the site and InStyle's digital issues. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on June 16, 2022 @ 12:17PM Pin Share Tweet Email Beyoncé is having a renaissance — well she never really went out of style in the first place. But the R&B icon has announced her long-awaited seventh album, and the internet is losing it's mind. And as if the news of new music wasn't enough, the vocal powerhouse added an earth-shattering British Vogue cover to go along with it. Rafael Pavarotti for British Vogue One particular look included a floor length latex trench worn over a sheer, fishnet bodysuit and sky-high red over-the-knee booties, all by GCDS. The campy look was accessorized with a Philip Treacy rainbow-hued hat and Lorraine Schwartz diamond ear crawlers. Other snaps from the opulent shoot include an Ivy Park leotard and sheer tights, a completely beaded, gold Schiaparelli coat with a large collar (or halo), a leather-clad ride on a motorcycle, and a metallic two-piece set accompanied by a piece of silver chest armor and matching thigh-high boots. Rafael Pavarotti for British Vogue All the Hidden Williams Sisters References You Might Have Missed in Beyoncé's Oscars Performance On Thursday, Tidal — the streaming service owned by Bey's husband Jay-Z — dropped a hint about the singer's next project on their Twitter feed. "Beyoncé RENAISSANCE July 29," the Tweet read. Eagle-eyed fans then noticed a second clue on her website: a "Renaissance" box that includes a CD, T-shirt, and 28-page booklet available for pre-order. Bey's last release was her iconic visual album Black Is King, which she released in 2020 in tandem with The Lion King: The Gift. She voiced Nala in the 2019 Disney live-action remake. The singer took home the Grammy for Best R&B Performance for "Black Parade" on the album. This marked her 28th win, making winningest singer and female artist in Grammys history.