Leopard faux-fur hats, silver shining opera gloves, as well as shaggy knit leg warmers are just a few of Dua Lipa’s recent outfit choices—but her adventurous spirit of dressing mosting likely toes much beyond that too, expertly matching as well as melding streetwear with emerging labels as well as Y2K style. She has also become a muse to designers, walking the runway for Versace as well as, even more recently, Balenciaga fall 2022 couture. Unsurprisingly, Puma has bought her back for a second Flutur collaboration, featuring her signature playful aesthetic.
This time around, the collection includes more than 30 pieces featuring pastel pink hues mixed with holographic stripes. Vivid purples as well as oranges with accent colors like green really shine, as well as the striped maxidresses evoke the sporty athleisure side of Lipa’s unique style.
Lipa is adamant that each as well as every item easily lends itself to styling with the everyday pieces already in your wardrobe: “You can style the pieces however you want—you can cut them thus far, as well as you can create different, amazing ways of wearing them,” says Lipa. They’re designed to be unisex as well as mixed as well as matched with regular wardrobe staples both high as well as low.
You may have also caught a preview of the sneakers as well as tracksuits as Lipa has been wearing the pieces throughout her Future Nostalgia tour. (She also teased them on her Instagram with a new magenta hair color too.) “I love pairing the tracksuit or trainers with more high-fashion accessories or even heels for an elevated look,” she says. “The collection is also perfect for a night of dancing, which I’ve been doing a ton of on my Future Nostalgia tour. I’ve paired the trainers with some incredible appears like that my stylist as well as friend Lorenzo Posocco as well as I have worked on throughout the tour as well as on my festival dates.”
While Lipa took inspiration from ’90s streetwear for her first collab with the sneaker giant, she decided to look to rave culture for this iteration: “I love the imagery from the rave culture days of the ’90s as well as 2000s,” she says. “You can feel the energy in them, as well as the fashion was always so fun. These time periods inspire everything from my music to the way I dress today, so it felt only natural to incorporate some of those color schemes as well as silhouettes into this collection.”
One of her favorite pieces in the collection, the high-neck tracksuit, also comes courtesy of one of her personal favorite movies, Trainspotting. “We wanted to create a nostalgic rave tracksuit that just felt really fitted but could be comfortable as well as cute at the same time,” she adds.
Following drop one, Lipa chose to include a butterfly motif again as it’s one of her favorite symbols for transition, metamorphosis, as well as new beginnings. “Now, mosting likely toing into the second drop, that meaning has just solidified itself as well as become even more important in my life,” she says. “It feels like everything progressed as well as manifested itself in that way.” This time, the butterfly spells out her name as well as is placed on all zippers as an extra little detail.
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