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Blake Lively Shows Some Skin in Sexy Set at Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” Film Premiere in London

Lively's close friend Taylor Swift, as well as Beyoncé's daughter Blue Ivy, were also in attendance — and dressed to impress

<p>Kevin Mazur/WireImage</p> Blake Lively attends the "Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé" premiere in London

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Blake Lively attends the "Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé" premiere in London

Blake Lively is supporting Beyoncé in style!

The actress, entrepreneur and sartorial superstar made a glam statement on the red carpet Thursday at the London premiere of the Grammy winner's new documentary, Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé (in theaters Dec. 1).

Lively showed some skin in a collarless Chanel blazer worn open to reveal her midriff. The design featured silver sequin embellishments as a nod to the Renaissance dress code, which saw fans stepping out in their metallic best at the singer's concerts across the world.

Lively teamed the topper with a mini skirt and sheer black gloves and Wolford tights, which paired elegantly with her ankle-strap Christian Louboutin platform heels. For accessories, the star shone in Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, including over 250 carats of Lorraine Schwartz diamonds and natural sapphires.

As for beauty, the Betty Buzz founder, 36, decided to rock her signature textured beach waves, sweeping them to one side.

<p>Kevin Mazur/WireImage</p> Black Lively attends "Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé" premiere in London

Kevin Mazur/WireImage

Black Lively attends "Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé" premiere in London

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Beyoncé closed down the carpet in a glittery blazer-style gown with a floor-sweeping train, which she styled with stilettos.

She continued to rock her new platinum blonde tresses, tying them up into a half-up hairstyle with cascading curls.

On top of that, she even matched with her 11-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy, who was her mom’s ultimate mini-me in a black one-shoulder dress and sunglasses.

Related: Beyoncé Rocks Platinum Blonde Hair at Renaissance World Tour Concert Film Premiere in L.A. — See Her Look!

Lively’s close friend Taylor Swift made a surprise appearance at the affair too.

The “Karma” songstress, 33, who received support from the “Alien Superstar” hitmaker, 42, at her own Eras Tour movie premiere in October, sparkled like a mirrorball in a silver sequin Balmain gown featuring a thigh-high slit and a rosette appliqué.

Swift completed her look with black Giuseppe Zanotti peep-toe heels, glamorous side-swept waves and her signature red lip.

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It was only five days ago when Hollywood’s hottest celebrities — Janelle Monáe, Lizzo, Vanessa Bryant and Winnie Harlow among the starry names — gathered at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills to celebrate Beyoncé’s latest project. And the occasion was nothing short of being its own fashion show (as expected)!

Beyoncé herself wore a silver chain mail custom gown by Versace that she paired with matching silver opera gloves and silver-heeled sandals.

Related: See All the Stars Who Attended Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour Concert Film Premiere in L.A.

According to an official synopsis, Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé "accentuates the journey of Renaissance World Tour, from its inception, to the opening in Stockholm, Sweden, to the finale in Kansas City, Missouri.”

The Renaissance World Tour marked Beyoncé’s first solo concert outing in seven years and its nearly three-hour shows included many highlights, such as its expansive set list housing almost 30 songs, multiple stage appearances by Blue — who Beyoncé shares with husband Jay-Z — and a number of memorable custom designer looks by Tiffany & Co. (the tour’s official jeweler), Mugler, Balmain and more.

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