Dua Lipa Is a Hollywood Style Star: See Her Best Red Carpet Looks

Dua Lipa knows how to work it. The pop star isn't afraid to push fashion boundaries, slaying Us every chance she gets. When it comes to her wardrobe, the London native loves drama. She favors sheer catsuits, sparking gowns, daring minidresses and glorious vintage pieces. For her first-ever Met Gala in 2019, Lipa looked like a work of art in Versace, which was made custom for her. She graced that year's pink carpet in the vibrant number that featured a plunging bodysuit covered in an illusion-like pattern. The onesie was paired with coordinating leggings, a ballon overskirt. She finalized the piece with platform heels and had her hair styled in a voluminous 'do. Flash forward to the 2022 Grammys, the "One Kiss" artist turned heads in another Versace masterpiece. For the musical soiree, Lipa donned the fashion house's iconic bondage dress that was originally modeled by Christy Turlington in the 1992 "Miss S&M" show. Cindy Crawford then wore the piece to the VMAs that year. The sultry dress featured belted straps across a sheer bodice and is finished with a figure-hugging skirt. During the awards show, Lipa served up an additional fashion moment alongside Megan Thee Stallion. While presenting Best New Artist, the "Sweetest Pie" collaborators donned matching outfits — sexy black gathered frocks. "You stole my look," Megan said to Lipa, who replied: "I was told I had the exclusive." That's when designer Donatella Versace stepped on stage and ripped off fabric from Lipa and Megan's ensembles to create two new outfits. The sweet skit was an homage to Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston who shared a similar exchange at the 1998 MTV Video Music Awards. View this post on Instagram A post shared by DUA LIPA (@dualipa) Another standout style sighting from Lipa came in November 2022 when she attended the Elton John Live: Farewell From Dodger Stadium concert in Los Angeles. For the show, she looked as regal as ever in a one-shoulder gown by Balenciaga. The floor-length design was equipped with ruched material and a figure-flattering silhouette. The piece was finalized with a cascading train. The "New Rules" songstress opened up about her bold style, telling Refinery29 in 2018: "Everyone is allowed to wear whatever the f--k they want, and it's so important that they do." She continued: "This is the way we move forward in the world. We have to break the norms. If women wearing womenswear is deemed normal, women wearing menswear should be normal, too. But normality is a tricky one. It's putting things in a box, and it shouldn’t be like that. Because what is normal, anyway?"