Dua Lipa gives us disco fever in a dazzling fishnet jumpsuit

Dua Lipa’s touring style is getting more dazzling day by day.

The singer’s Future Nostalgia tour stopped at the Osheaga Festival in Montreal. For the performance, Lipa wore a custom semi-sheer black leopard print jumpsuit by Andrea Adamo. The fishnet unit featured a cutout on his torso and purple crystals that highlighted the bold pattern. The set also included matching opera gloves and a black bralette with a halter neckline.

As for the glamour, stylist Jake Gallagher kept Lipa’s hair long and straight, neatly parted down the middle. Her glam, done by her touring makeup artist, Shelby Smith, played up her ’80s aesthetic with neon pink eyeshadow and intense winged eyeliner. The singer finished the look with a peachy nude lip, silver chain earrings and black leather ankle boots with pointed toes and block heels.

Lipa listed some of his most recent tour destinations in the caption, writing, “Last week ~ montreal ~ toronto ~ chicago ~ montreal ~ london.”

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This isn’t the first notable outfit from the “Levitating” singer’s show streak this year. In June, Lipa wore another head-turning leotard: a bright pink one-piece with subtle floral decoration and corseted ribbing in the front. The set again included opera gloves and boots with matching heels.

Lipa’s tour photographer Elizabeth Miranda shared a photo on Instagram with Polaroids of the singer and her fans. She captioned the post, “Tour Polaroids <3333." Lipa responded with just five red hearts.

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