Miss Dua came to Saturday Night Live but most definitely did NOT come to play. Her fashion used to be hit or miss, but lately, the girl’s been on fire. This is the best string of consecutive looks she’s ever worn – and she wore them all on one night. Big kudos to her style team.
Dua Lipa in Versace
That’s honestly the cutest Versace frock we’ve seen in ages. We’re prissy queens, so we tend not to love the faux bra-peak thing, but it doesn’t bug us so much here because of the matching white of the skirt lining and shoes.
Dua Lipa in Paco Rabanne
A classic Paco Rabanne style that isn’t recreating any wheels, but we LOVE the silver space boots being paired with it. Takes the look in a new and more fun direction.
Dua Lipa in Mugler
A sentence that would have made no sense prior to this year: If there’s such a thing as a formal look that pairs flawlessly with a face mask, it would have to be this one. This feels darkly dramatic yet appropriately yuletide (in that sort of gothic Christmas ghost story kind of way). That necklace is a goddamn stunner.
Dua Lipa in Azzedine Alaïa
Really fun, classic stagewear. Ann Margret could’ve been doing a Vegas act in this exact getup 50 years ago.
Dua Lipa in Valentino Couture
Serve us that “Bianca Jagger at Studio 54 with Andy, Liza and Halston” realness, queen.
First Look: Paco Rabanne Sequin Chain-disc Mini Dress
Second Look: Versace Black Dress
Third Look: Vintage Mugler ‘Vampire’ Velvet Dress | Fabergé ‘James Ganh’ Convertible Pear-shaped Emerald Marquise Diamond Necklace
Fourth Look: Vintage Azzedine Alaïa Leopard Bustier and Belt from the Fall 1991 Collection | Alessandra Rich Crystal Twist Choker
Fifth Look: Valentino White Emsemble from the Fall 2020 Couture Collection | Fabergé ‘James Ganh’ Convertible Emerald Cut Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring/Pendant | Jimmy Choo White Mica 100 Boots
Styled by Lorenzo Posocco
[Photo Credit: Mary Ellen Matthews, Will Heath/NBC – Video Credit: Saturday Night Live]
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