Dua Lipa Makes Her Runway Debut In Versace Fashion Show


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Dua Lipa has finally made her runway debut. Walking the catwalk at Versace's spring/summer fashion show in Milan on Friday (September 24), the pop singer proves she can do it all. Gigi Hadid, Naomi Campbell, and Lourdes Leon also walked in Versace's Milan show.

Versace took to Twitter to express how fundamental the "Levitating" singer was to their show, revealing that the models walked to her hits. "Let's get physical, we returned to #MFW with a physical show opened and closed by #DuaLipa and soundtracked by hits from her #FutureNostalgia album. Dua made her runway debut in a slashed black blazer and closed the show in a neon pink Metal Mesh look."

Lipa first stepped out wearing an all-black ensemble fit with a tailored suit, colorful pins holding the sides of the skirt together, black platform sandals, and gold jewelry. Her second look features vibrant pink sequins with matching pink sandals, pink jewelry, pink pins, and a pink gem on a gold chain for her necklace.

Lipa walking the runway at Versace serves as a full-circle moment for the singer, who initially started her career modeling for Top Shop. After signing with a modeling agency, she managed to snag a role as a "singer" in an advertisement for The X Factor, which wound up landing her a producer and manager, and helped launch her musical career.

The singer will be embarking on her Future Nostalgia Tour alongside Megan Thee Stallion, Caroline Polacheck, and Lolo Zoauï in February. Tickets for the tour are currently on sale via Ticketmaster. Lipa also performed at the iHeartRadio music festival with a set that contained all of her hits, including "Levitating," "Love Again," "New Rules," "Hallucinate," and "Don't Start Now." The singer was also given an iHeartRadio Titanium Award for "Levitating," with Ryan Seacrest pausing the show in order to award the singer.

If you missed any of the action, you can relive the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival by tuning in to The CW Network on Saturday, October 2nd and Sunday, October 3rd from 8-10pm ET/PT for a two-night television special.

Photo: Getty Images

Photo: Getty Images


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