Apparently Beyoncé got the memo about covering up at the Grammys. After the revealing lace doily she wore at the Superbowl -- the Grammys on Sunday night brought out Beyoncé in an understated black and white jumpsuit. And, because it was a jumpsuit rather than a dress, the Twitterverse went wild.
It looked at first like the work of Tom Ford (remember Julianne Moore's dress at the Golden Globes?) but was, actually, the creation of Osman Yousefzada, a young British designer (whose parents are from Afghanistan) who graduated from Central Saint Martins and began his own label in September 2005. The jumpsuit, a part of the Spring 2013 collection which hits store this week, was handpicked by Beyoncé's stylists from the designer's LA showroom. "It's Beyoncé. Beyoncé," Yousefzada told us through a representative. "She is wearing my pantsuit. Is there anything else I can say? It's Beyoncé."
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