Hip-hop couture clothing fashions reign at Deréon clothing line (formerly called House of Deréon).
Beyoncé Knowles and her sister Sologne have modeled this line of clothing and accessories after the bold and daring ideas of their grandmother, Agnéz.
The flair of the fleur-de-lis insignia that marks the name, Deréon, formerly the House of Dereon, speaks to young women who want to exude confidence and style.
Only the Knowles family, with their fervor for fashion, could design apparel that embodies femininity, and yet still represents the edge of the hip hop industry. See top fashions and read more about the Deréon clothing line.
Beyonce breaks Grammy records
This year the iconic superstar took home six Grammy Awards, including the Song of the Year award for “Single Ladies." She made history on Grammy night, becoming the female artist with the most wins in one single Grammy year.
Beyonce broke the record for the most Grammy wins by a female artist in a single eligible year at the 2010 Grammy Awards.Beyoncé's wins makes the Grammy® record for most awards won by a female artist in a single year while bringing her career Grammy® total up to 16 (13 as a solo artist and 3 with Destiny's Child). Read more about Beyonce Grammy Awards.
Beyonce performs 'At Last' at the request of Barack & Michelle Obama
Beyonce performed "At Last," her soul-stirring interpretation of the classic blues song made famous by Etta James, as the musical back-drop for Barack and Michelle Obama's first dance together as America's new President and First Lady.
Responding to a personal request by the Obamas, Beyonce sang "At Last" at the Neighborhood Ball, one of 10 official Inaugural Balls in Washington, DC and the first to be attended by the Obamas as President and First Lady. Her performance was broadcast live on ABC Television as part of its two-hour Neighborhood Ball Inauguration special.
Beyonce's version of "At Last," a key track from the "Cadillac Records" soundtrack, is the latest incarnation of a blues standard, written in 1941, that became the signature song of the legendary Etta James. Played by Beyonce Knowles in the film, "Cadillac Records," Etta James was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999 for her version of "At Last."
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