Beyoncé Knowles-Carter continues to be the talk of the town as she touched down in Detroit for the latest stop on her “Renaissance World Tour.”

During her performance in Michigan, the 41-year-old entertainment mogul made a statement in a custom piece designed by Pharrell Williams, Louis Vuitton’s men’s creative director. Today (July 27), Women’s Wear Daily revealed that the French luxury fashion house released sketches of a bodysuit with the brand’s signature Damier check rendered in crystals.

In a statement, Vuitton shared, “Pharrell Williams also created a series of custom Damier looks with crystal details for Blue Ivy [Carter] and the dancers.” A sketch of the look for the 11-year-old, who has emerged as a star on her mother’s world tour, was also unveiled on the company’s site. Last month, Beyoncé and JAY-Z were among the celebrity guests who attended Williams’ Louis Vuitton fashion week debut.

Over the years, Beyoncé and Williams have collaborated on more than just fashion. In 2019, the two Grammy Award-winning artists were both a part of Disney’s live-action remake of The Lion King’s soundtrack. Williams served as a producer while the Ivy Park designer was listed as an artist. Later, Beyoncé released The Lion King: The Gift, a follow-up project inspired by the film. One of the songs featured on the tracklist was “WATER” with Salatiel and Williams. The 50-year-old Virginia songwriter has also worked as a producer for several other songs for the “CUFF IT” songstress, including “Apes**t,” “Blow,” and “Superpower.”

After making her debut in Philadelphia, Beyoncé has become fully emerged into the U.S. leg of her “Renaissance World Tour.” Thus far, the Cadillac Records star has received praise from her peers like Jazmine Sullivan and Jill Scott while also being awarded her own day in Minnesota. Beyoncé is scheduled to continue her global experience with stops in Boston, Atlanta, Tampa, and her final show in Kansas City on Oct. 1.