Beyonce Bares Toned Midriff in Crop Top, Dances With Sister Solange at Fashion Week: Pictures

Celebrity Style Feb. 15, 2014 AT 8:30AM
Beyonce Beyonce danced and partied with sister Solange at New York Fashion Week on Feb. 12 Credit: Courtesy Beyonce

Beyonce isn't about to let a little snow ruin her good time. The "Drunk in Love" singer attended sister Solange Knowles' MSQFT x SaintHeron New York Fashion Week bash on Wednesday, Feb. 12 -- and from the looks of the photos she posted to her tumblr on Friday, it was quite the party.

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The pictures show Bey drinking and dancing and generally enjoying herself. In one shot from the night, she holds a bottle of Veuve Cliquot champagne in her hand while appearing to shake her hips to the music. In another, she sips from a plastic cup while grooving in the middle of a crowded dance floor.

Credit: Courtesy Beyonce

The 32-year-old superstar sizzled in a metallic copper crop top and miniskirt, which showed off her long, toned legs. She accessorized with chunky gold jewelry and pink platform pumps, and her blonde hair was styled in a Heidi-braided updo.

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Solange, meanwhile, turned heads in a sexy pink menswear-inspired ensemble, including a blazer worn as a top. Photos show the "Losing You" singer-producer, 27, dancing and drinking alongside her older sister.

Credit: Courtesy Beyonce

Beyonce isn't just about having fun, though. On Friday, Feb. 14, Queen Bey announced that she's partnering with real-life royals as part of her global campaign #BeyGood. The superstar plans to raise money for Prince Charles' youth charity Prince's Trust on the U.K. dates of her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.

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"As a young child, I was blessed to have the support of my family, who encouraged me to reach for my goals," she said in a statement. "So many young people don't have this. I am honored to partner the #BeyGood campaign with The Prince's Trust to help young people beat the odds and create better lives for themselves."

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