New York Post — The fashion moments that shook the industry in 2020

Leave it to Beyoncé to find a way to bring fantasy-level fashion into our living rooms. Her latest visual album debuted in late July on Disney +, and featured clothing from major houses including Valentino, Mugler and Balmain. But it was her longtime stylist Zerina Akers’ commitment to featuring black designers that made this stylish masterpiece sing. A glittery fringe frock from Lace by Tanaya, a bejeweled lace trench-dress with built-in gloves and headpiece by Bronx designer Jerome Lamaar of 5:31, and money-printed pajamas by Duckie Confetti all made us gasp.