We’re still going “Apes***” over Beyoncé’s September Vogue cover story, where she gives one of her most candid interviews to date, discussing pregnancy complications, motherhood, and body image. But now there’s even more Bey praise to give.
The account initially landed on our radar back in 2016 when the pop star dropped her Lemonade visual album. Redd re-created a series of flawless looks on a doll with an uncanny resemblance to Beyoncé, including the sunny dress and luscious locks she sported in her video for “Hold Up” and her all-black number with layered necklaces; a wide-brimmed hat; and long, thick braids à la “Formation.”
Redd shared a sneak peek at the design process via Instagram Story, showcasing his crafty DIY skills using balloons to mimic the shape of the strapless tiered Alexander McQueen dress and corset and red, yellow, green, and black craft store paints for perfecting the array of colors. The mini Beyoncé doll is made complete with thick cornrows that we’re sure would make the singer’s hairstylist Neal Farinah proud.
From the reactions in the comments section, we aren’t the only ones hyped over the latest installment in Beyoncé Doll Life. A follower wrote, “OMG She’s Baaaackk. Amazing work.” Another person chimed in with “This is dope bro. ur talented.”
One individual asked, “When can I get the collection?” We also want to put in our bid for a custom Bey doll. So if you’re reading this, Tyren Redd, know that we’re waiting anxiously to give you all of our coins!
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