And partied with Megan Thee Stallion and Ciara.
Normani might be a perfect pick for a live-action Disney princess.
The pop star donned a full ball gown from Dolce & Gabbana’s spring 2008 ready-to-wear collection for the fashion house’s Alta Moda show. In a series of photos posted to Instagram by her hairstylist, Ashanti Lation, Normani channeled Princess Tiana in her green gown, which featured a pink-and-white painted floral design and full black tulle skirt.
The “Wild Side” singer also sported an intricate braided hair design, and she accessorized her look with a large statement necklace of multicolored jewels.
The former Fifth Harmony member enjoyed the show alongside Megan Thee Stallion, with whom she previously collaborated on the song “Diamonds” from the Birds of Prey soundtrack. Both Normani and Megan shared videos of themselves seated next to each other on their Instagram Stories, with Normani captioning the clip, “My seester.”
The young artists also linked up with Ciara at one point in the night, with them all dancing at what appears to be the show’s after-party.
Normani, 25, made her long-awaited return last month with the single “Wild Side,” releasing the song two years after her debut solo single, “Motivation.” The star told BAZAAR.com in July that releasing her new song, which showcases her more sensual side, meant eschewing public expectations of how her music should sound.
“The new music is a lot darker and edgier sonically,” she said. “I think that’s just because I grew up listening to a lot of ’90s R&B—and I love pop as well—but I think for me, a main goal is really not to be limited [musically] and really wanting to be genre-less. A lot of the music that I’ve released even before my solo endeavors, I wasn’t completely fulfilled. And I always say that this is a rebirth and a chance for me to have a second go-around and do things my way. My main goal is also just to show people that I’m grown now.”