Dua Lipa Makes 2 Dramatic Changes within 24 hours

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The fashion world and the A-list kept a careful eye on Matthieu Blazy’s debut for Bottega Veneta. Additionally, it appears that the designer’s thigh-high boots from the autumn/winter 2022 collection are already a celebrity favorite.

Safe to say Dua Lipa is a Huge fan – already, Dua Lipa has added not one, but two pairs to her collection.

First was when the singer was one of the best-dressed guests at Olive Uniacke and Dane Ensley’s London wedding in June, wearing look 63 from the collection: a lilac sequin and lace gown, matching gloves and thigh-grazing silver boots. 

Second was for her performance at the Sunny Hill Festival last night, the singer, who is presently on her Future Nostalgia Tour, traveled back to Europe. Dua Lipa walked the streets of Kosovo before her performance wearing a chic monochromatic outfit. An oversized Bottega Veneta button-down shirt with a subtle black pinstripe design was worn with this ensemble. She didn’t have anything obviously below the shirt, which she dressed as a dress. She matched the button-down with white over-the-knee Bottega Veneta boots.

Dua accessorized with a brown braided bucket bag, also from the Italian clothing line. She added a couple gold and diamond rings to the ensemble as well as large gold hoops earrings. Her natural makeup and middle-parted straight hair kept her look understated.

By night, Lipa took to the stage to headline at Sunny Hill’s international music festival. (Sunny Hill, an annual festival organised organised by the singer and her father Dukagjin Lipa in Kosovo, where her family is from.)

She donned a glittering set crafted especially for her performance by Valentino. A glittering bra top, miniskirt, matching opera gloves, and hot pink booties were all part of the bright pink ensemble. A matching pair of micro tiny shorts were visible underneath the miniskirt when it was later removed from the set during the performance.

She also shared this outfit on Instagram, thanking Pierpaolo Piccioli, the creative director of Valentino, for the unique ensemble and posting images of both the design and her performance.

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