With plenty more performances still to go this summer, Dua Lipa is staying busy. On Saturday, July 30, the singer wore her signature catsuit to headline the Osheaga Music and Arts Festival in Montreal, Quebec. She sported a bedazzled black one-piece, wowing the crowd not just with her vocals, but with her fabulous sense of style. The lacy costume featured a plunging neckline, which exposed the black halter bra top she layered underneath; a midsection cutout; and a bodice embellished with purple embroideries throughout. Lipa accessorized with matching opera gloves for maximum impact.
A couple days earlier, she rocked the same catsuit silhouette for her Lollapalooza performance in Chicago. She sparkled in a sheer Mugler catsuit, leaving a memorable impression on the festivalgoers. To be fair, Lipa is no stranger to a hectic work schedule. These past few months have been nothing short of fast-paced for the “Don’t Start Now” singer, who’s traveled from country to country for her “Future Nostalgia” Tour, which began in February and ends in November. While her days may be packed with traveling, Lipa never fails to turn heads with her Y2K-inspired sense of fashion. Off stage, Lipa opts for a more laid-back look, sporting low-rise trousers, baseball caps, and the latest in lingerie trends. But on stage, it’s a much different story.
During her 90-minute set list, Lipa has multiple costume changes, and each one coincides with a different act. In an interview with Vogue, Lipa elaborated: “Each outfit tells a different story, from the first one being like the dancercise class to the spacesuit at the end.” She also shared what she looks for in a costume — something comfortable that also makes her feel really good. Working with her stylist Lorenzo Posocco, the team enlisted Balenciaga to create two custom lace catsuits and Mugler Creative Director Casey Cadwallader to craft her finale ensemble. Lipa performs fan-favorite songs in these incredible pieces clad with opera-length gloves, cementing the aesthetic in our heads as quintessentially her.
Meanwhile, the star recently released her collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion, “Sweetest Pie“; is partnered with Puma on a line of athletic wear; scored the July 2022 cover of Vogue; and is about to make her acting debut in “Argylle.” Through it all, she doesn’t let her strong sense of style fall by the wayside.
Keep reading to learn more about each piece from her “Future Nostalgia” Tour wardrobe.