See Dua Lipa Wear the Ultimate Cutout Dress

Dua Lipa has taken the cutout trend to the next level.

The “Don’t Stop Now” singer shared pics of the modern look she wore to her younger brother’s birthday dinner on Instagram Friday. Styled by Lorenzo Posocco, Lipa wore a black bodycon dress from Christopher Esber’s latest Resort collection, featuring cutouts that ran down the length of the torso.

She finished the look with kitten heels, simple gold jewelry, and a metallic solver Balenciaga handbag. The star also wore her hair in messy waves, paired with a dark lip.

“not so baby brothers bday dinner,” she captioned the post.

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The Australian designer of Lipa’s dress has become a celeb favorite for his ’90s-inspired dresses, featuring bold midriff-baring designs including cutouts and waist-ties. Esber’s label, which launched in 2010, is a favorite of several young celebs, including Lipa’s close friend Bella Hadid, Hailey Bieber, Zendaya, and Emily Ratajowski.

The “Levitating” singer, who is known for her bold and sleek street fashion, made her runway debut last year. The Versace ambassador opened and the brand’s Spring/Summer 2022 show at Milan Fashion Week. She also posed with Donatella Versace to finish the show, which was soundtracked by tracks from Lipa’s album Future Nostalgia.

“It has been such an incredible experience to continue my journey with my Versace family from starring in a campaign to now opening the SS22 show! Donatella, it’s been a dream to walk in your beautiful show,” Lipa said.

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