Dua Lipa: "Like Music...Fashion Can't Be Forced"
If there’s one overarching theme to Dua Lipa’s music, it’s that girl power knows no volume, no rules, and no excuses — and she’ll tell you that through her lyrics. Starting with YouTube covers back in 2009, Lipa would eventually branch out into original material, land herself a record deal, and hit gold with a self-titled debut album. So far, her entire discography can be summed up as a punch that packs electricity and sensitivity, from start to finish — think: less bubblegum, more lipstick wrapped around a cigarette.
Her personal style journey seems to be taking a similar path. While her current aesthetic feels borrowed from the pop icons who came before her (a power bra here, a man’s trouser there), you can see hints of what Lipa’s fashion evolution might look like as she comes into her own. Like rule breakers Madonna or Kylie Minogue, she believes in the liberation of young women, the power in a pair of killer heels, and the significance in making your own wardrobe choices.
For Lipa, normal is buying her "dream pair" of shoes: Vetements boots, with flames crawling up from their chunky platform, which are already a hit on her Instagram. "Obviously, I can’t wear them every day, or as much as I want to. But my dream boots are always something I could never wear every day; just something I want to put in a glass box and keep forever." Though she tends prefers shoes she can move in for performing her more upbeat hits like "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" and "New Rules" (the songthat arguably put Lipa on the fashion industry’s radar), when it comes to her off-stage style, the louder, the better.
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