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Dua Lipa Wore a Bold Leather Gown and She Looks Stunning

Cosmopolitan 1/8/2023 Chelsey Sanchez

Dua Lipa brought the heat to iHeartRadio's 2022 Jingle Ball this past Friday.

The pop star appeared at the music extravaganza wearing an asymmetrical leather midi gown made of bold black and red panels, pulled straight from Gucci's resort 2023 runway. The jaw-dropping dress featured a crisscrossing bustier that left cutouts on the abdomen and sides of her torso. Finishing the look: a pair of pointed black lace-up boots and a multistrand diamond necklace and matching bracelet.

KIIS FM's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2022 Presented By Capital One © Jon Kopaloff - Getty Images KIIS FM's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2022 Presented By Capital One

The "Levitating" singer performed at the Jingle Ball in a red-and-black iteration of a minidress first seen on Coperni's spring 2023 runway. The one-shoulder piece included a diagonal cutout on the chest, framed by sultry black lace, and fabric draped over one side of her hips. She completed the look with black heeled booties by Jimmy Choo.

iHeartRadio 102.7 KIIS FM Jingle Ball – SHOW © Michael Kovac - Getty Images iHeartRadio 102.7 KIIS FM Jingle Ball – SHOW

Later in the weekend, Lipa attended Variety's 2022 Hitmakers Brunch in an oversized, gray pinstriped suit from Attico. She accessorized the look with a chunky gold Givenchy chain necklace, black rectangular Prada sunglasses, and chunky black platform loafers by Marni.

Variety's 2022 Hitmakers Brunch © Kevin Winter - Getty Images Variety's 2022 Hitmakers Brunch

Lipa previously talking about experimental personal style during a 2018 interview with Refinery29.

"I've never really wanted to put myself in a box and say, This is my style and these are my style staples. I love to experiment and play around," she said. "It’s kind of like music: The sound doesn’t just include the face of the artist. And the artist should wear the clothes, not the other way around. Fashion can’t be forced."

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