Posted on Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Adam Lambert joins Queen on their 24-date North American Summer Arena Tour, that kicked off June 19th at Chicago’s United Center. The tour will continue with six shows in Australia in August and early September, followed by two gigs in Japan and one in South Korea.
“Adam is the most incredible frontman”, Roger Taylor shared during a press conference back in March: “He’s a great diva, and I mean that in the best possible way. We need that theatrically”.
“The thought of sharing the stage for a full set in North America is so beautifully surreal”, Adam said in a statement: “I’m honored to be able to pay my respects to Freddie’s memory; he’s a personal hero of mine, and I am deeply grateful for the chance to sing such powerful music for fans of this legendary band. I know this tour will be a huge milestone for me, and with the support of Brian, Roger and the rest of the band, I feel like magic will be on display”.
Adam took to his Twitter on Friday, to personally thank costume designer & stylist Jennifer Rade for helping him put together the fashions for the tour.
The tour wardrobe is a fusion of some of Adam’s signature pieces with new, mostly custom and customized ones, and here is the MFL EXCLUSIVE special I promised you – the full fashion credits behind his five costume changes.
Custom crystal embellished black tank and Adam’s beloved Rock & Republic Slim F@#! Skinny Jeans, teamed with Versace AW14 studded biker, also featured in the upcoming season campaign by Mert & Marcus (is it just me or it’s gettin’ hot in here?).
The look was styled with MYKITA & Bernhard Willhelm “Janis” shades in Chicago and Sama Eyewear Mulholland Drive in black acetate & titanium in Winnipeg, AllSaints hematite finish Ariel Necklace with contrasting riveted plates (get it here), custom gloves and a pair of Giuseppe Zanotti AW13 ankle boots with gold plated block heel.
Jacket and boots change. Read More!
Filed under Adam Lambert, All Saints, Anthony Franco, Blk Dnm, Dr. Martens, Jennifer Rade, Performance, Rock & Republic, Underground, Versace, Yves Saint Laurent
Posted on Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Rita Ora performed at the Take-Two E3 Kickoff Party at Cecconi’s Restaurant in Los Angeles yesterday.
She took the stage in the finale dress from Jaime Lee “Light Magic” collection. The intricately embellished demi-couture stunner is the Perth-based designer’s personal favourite.
Selection of gold rings and glossy nude Loubis completed the look, styled by Kyle De’volle.
Photo credit: Jaime Lee/©Stefan Gosatti, Getty
Filed under Jaime Lee, Kyle De'volle, Performance, Rita Ora
Posted on Thursday, June 5, 2014
Jennifer Lopez returned to the Bronx for her first ever hometown concert, and during the 90-minute event at Orchard Beach in Pelham Bay Park, performed her hit songs and material from her new album.
The free concert kicked off a national music series, sponsored by State Farm Insurance.
If I counted well, Jen had 7 wardrobe changes.
The opening look was a custom-made Versus Versace green palm printed bodysuit with full sleeves and matching tearaway skirt – a tribute to her most iconic Versace moment of all time.
Versus Versace white halter top with matching high waisted shorts, accented with an oversized gold safety pin belt.
During the ballad section, Jen changed into Atelier Versace Ss14 deep purple draped hooded gown, featuring a nude bodice underneath with Swarovski crystal detailing.
Bejeweled trompe-l’œil bodysuit and garter belt, look #12 – a nod to Catwoman’s initial introduction as a burglar and jewel thief from Read More!
Filed under Celia Kritharioti, Jennifer Lopez, Performance, Rob and Mariel, The Blonds, Versace
Posted on Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Paloma Faith performed at London’s Roundhouse last week, and rock the stage at the sold out venue in one of the monochrome dresses with tulle petticoat from Pam Hogg SS12 “Notre Dames” collection, accessorized with black pillbox fascinator and matching platform pumps.
You can watch some fan videos, including “Can’t Rely On You” on YouTube. #looove
Paloma was styled by Karl Willett.
Photo credit: Paloma’s Instagram, Vogue
Filed under Karl Willett, Paloma Faith, Pam Hogg, Performance