Rihanna hosted her third annual Diamond Ball, a charity ball meant to raise awareness for the Clara Lionel Foundation, a foundation named after Rihanna’s grandparents, Clara and Lionel Braithwaite. The foundation believes in education and healthcare being a necessity and right for all. This year, it was reported that she raised over $1 million for the foundation.
The foundation also has several projects it’s involved in such as the Clara Lionel Foundation Global Scholarship Program, The Clara Braithwaite Center for Oncology and Nuclear Medicine at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, and The Barbados Micro Grants Program.
With such an extensive list of projects and focusing on important topics such as healthcare and education, Rihanna’s Diamond Ball attracts plenty of star power each year. Among those in attendance this year were Kendrick Lamar, Leonardo DiCaprio, Trevor Noah, Jamie Foxx, Dave Chappelle, and power couple Beyonce and Jay-Z. Former President Barack Obama also made a video appearance through a taped message thanking Rihanna for her hospitality.
After the birth of her twins, Beyonce has been laying low for a while but stepped onto the scene for Rihanna’s charity event. The focus was on Beyonce’s attire, which was a teal, satin maxi dress from House of CB London. The dress in question was a modest total of $165 USD before tax.
The lightweight gown, titled “Serafina” on the House of CB London website, comes with a deep neckline, full-length sleeves, and is cinched in the middle with a belt.
Beyonce accessorized the gown with diamond bracelets, earrings, and a clutch purse. She also wore a pair of Giuseppe Zanotti platform heels.
House of CB London is a designer clothing store located in London, Liverpool, and Manchester. They also have two American locations in Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Prices for their shorter dresses range from low $100s to mid $200s. The cost of gowns, much like the one Beyonce donned, will fall into the same price range.
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