Beyonce, Solange Coordinate Outfits at First Public Appearance Since Elevator Drama, No Tension Between the Sisters
Two peas in pod! Beyonce and Solange Knowles wore coordinating eye-catching outfits at the Gucci Chime for Change anniversary event on Tuesday, June 3—and there was no sign of tension between the sisters at their first public apperance since the Met Gala elevator drama.
Beyonce, 32, wore a stunning, sexy white jumpsuit with a plunging neckline at the event, which took place at Gucci's Fifth Avenue store in New York City. Sister Solange, 27, matched in a slinky pair of white pants and a revealing low-cut top.
Beyonce, who is a co-founder of the Chime for Change initiative for global women's rights, looked delighted to have her sister for company at the one-year anniversary event, co-hosted by Gucci Creative Director Frida Giannini and T Magazine editor-in-chief Deborah Needleman.
And there was no evidence of tension between the celebrity siblings, after the now infamous elevator video where little sis Solange was caught on camera attacking Jay Z at the Standard Hotel, where the trio attended a Met Gala afterparty on Saturday, May 10.
"Beyonce and Solange looked very at ease with each other," a partygoer reported to Us Weekly. "It really didn't seem like there was any tension between them at all. They came in and posed for tons of photos together and they were standing really close and seemed very relaxed."
"Solange even had her arm around Beyonce's back and told her to 'come over here' a little closer for the shot," the source revealed.
Once inside the event, Solange took to the decks to DJ and couldn't resist a bit of a nepotism. "Beyonce was sort of bopping to the music and really seemed to be enjoying her sister's set," the party guest told Us. "One time while Solange was playing a remix of one of Beyonce's hits, she looked over at Beyonce and Beyonce sort of smile-nodded and so did Solange. It was a quick moment, but it was sweet."
Eager to remember the reason for the party, Blue Ivy's mom made an announcement that she was making a personal donation of $500,000 to the cause, which seeks to support health, education and justice for women around the world. When the "XO" singer had made her speech, "Solange applauded with a huge smile on her face," the source added.