The “Levitating” hitmaker, 27, sat front row at the event and stunned in the curve-hugging piece from the Italian fashion line. The Grammy winner added a red, heart-shaped bag to accessorize her sultry gown, and dazzled her ensemble up even more with dangly, shiny silver earrings.
Dua Lipa Turns Up The Heat In See-Through, Curve-Hugging Lacy Dress
Underneath her see-through, high-neck and long-sleeved item, the “Don’t Start Now” singer and style icon rocked black lingerie pieces. To complete the look, she wore her long, brunette tresses down, parted in the center and styled straight.
As for her makeup look, the Future Nostalgia artist went for shimmering gray eyeshadow, black liner and voluminous lashes. She added rosy, radiant blush on her cheekbones and a pink lipstick hue to top it all off.
Lipa uploaded several photos of her epic outfit in two Instagram photo collection posts for her 87.7 million followers. For the first round-up, she wrote in her caption, “A night in Milano, proud of you @giulianocalza happy happy tears for you and your beautiful @gcdswear show.”
Soon after, she then posted another carousel of shots with friends looking stylish and enjoying pizza. She wrote, “@Giuli’s pizzeriaaaaaaaaa” while garnering thousands of likes and comments from fans.
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Fan Reactions To Lipa’s Risqué, See-Through Gown
Naturally, Lipa’s followers couldn’t get enough of her instantly viral gown, and headed to her comment sections to hype up her look. “This outfit is just fire,” one user wrote as another added, “Queen Morticia Addams vibes.” Someone else chimed in, “How’s someone so perfect. I don’t get it,” (and we don’t either!)
Others conveyed their (and our) thoughts on her dress with red hearts, heart-eyes and fire emojis as one fan probably summed it all up the best, writing, “Dua Lipa can do no wrong and this gown is to die for.”