"There's not a single designer in this world that would say no to B, but at the same time, she's very democratic in way she approaches fashion," Zee told ET. "She'll wear something from Givenchy runways that is haute couture, but at the same time she'll wear something from a Project Runway contestant. That is the beauty of who she is."
Here are eight looks from Beyonce's Lemonade that we're obsessed over:
1. Roberto Cavalli
This mustard colored off-the-shoulder ruffle plisse gown worn towards the beginning of Lemonade got us right on board. The piece from Cavalli's fall 2016 collection was designed by Peter Dundas.
2. Nicolas Jebran
The high-necked orange ball gown with jet-beaded geometry made the pop diva look powerful under red light.
"[Jebran] has really become the go-to designer for all that beaded sparkly evening gowns right now," Zee told ET. "He crafted that -- every single crystal -- until it was perfect for Beyonce."
3. Maria Lucia Hohan
Bey belted out the most uplifting track on the album, "Freedom," while draped in this ethereal flowy number from Hohan's 2016 resort collection.
4. Hood by Air and Yeezy
Beyonce mixed things up when she matched this Hood by Air fur coat with a Yeezy bra top and leggings.
"At the very beginning Kanye West used to champion that brand like crazy," Zee said. "I think that fur coat on Beyonce looks fantastic, especially over the Yeezy bra top and leggings."
This snake-print blouse comes with a hefty price tag at $2,590.
6. Natalia Fedner
This gold mesh top by the Project Runway alum made Beyonce look good, but it could make Fedner look even better. According to Zee, this could put her on the map.
"Absolutely designers will be household names because Beyonce wears their clothes!" he gushed.
7. Rosie Assoulin
This off-the-shoulder blouse is fit for resort wear.
8. Yousef Al Jasmi
This lace bodysuit added to the sensuality of the project as a whole. Zee told ET that while Jasmi has remained under the radar, he has been known to make gowns for the Kardashians.