Beyoncé and Jay Z stepped out in matching gray power suits to attend the premiere of Hands of Stone in New York City on Monday night in what could be interpreted as the ultimate power move from the ultimate power couple.
However, it’s not the first time that the first billionaire couple of the music industry have sported coordinating looks. Who can forget the first time they appeared together on MTV’s Total Request Live, to perform “‘03 Bonnie and Clyde” in matching Canadian tuxedos? Over the course of their 14-year relationship, they’ve dabbled in plenty of his-and-hers matching looks, which makes the case (Lemonade rumors notwithstanding) that the couple that dresses together, stays together.
See 11 times that the couple matched their outfits, below.
Gray power suits for the ultimate power couple.
The couple in the early stages of their relationship, wearing Canadian Tuxedos on MTV’s TRL in 2002.
Bey and Jay went for sleek, all-black looks at the 2005 Oscars.
Beyoncé and Jay Z both sported white ensembles for a performance at Radio City Music Hall.
The couple stepped out wearing graphic black tees in New York City.
Beyoncé and Jay Z showed up in all-black everything for a Nets game in 2015.
For Solange Knowles’ 2014 wedding, both Hov and Bey wore all-white ensembles.
Beyoncé and Jay Z stuck to a classic black and white color scheme for the 2013 Grammys.
An all-white monochromatic look was the Knowles-Carters’ go-to for the 2015 Grammys.
Jay Z and Beyoncé both opted for black layers for a Stevie Wonder tribute in 2015.
The first couple of the music industry stuck to black formalwear for a fight in 2015.
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