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Adele Continues Her Vegas Residency in Custom Givenchy


Adele Continues Her Vegas Residency in Custom Givenchy

The superstar will reportedly wear a new custom gown every weekend of her five-month run.

Adele’s Vegas residency is set to be a showcase for the singer’s classic style in addition to her stunning vocals.

The superstar continued “Weekends With Adele” at Caesars Palace last Friday night, taking the stage in a gorgeous Old Hollywood-style gown. In a slideshow of photos taken by Raven B. Verona, shared on Instagram and captioned “Weekend 2,” the singer wears a custom haute couture gown from Givenchy, designed by Matthew M. Williams.

The black silk crepe dress features an off-the-shoulder drapped neckline, long sleeves, a curve-hugging silhouette that lightly flares below the knee, and a crystal-embroidered halter strap that begins under each arm and wraps around her back. Adele finished the look with a pair of large diamond teardrop earrings and a matching ring, while wearing her hair half-up in a high ponytail.

For the opening weekend of her five-month residency, the “Set Fire To The Rain” singer chose a custom gown designed by Daniel Roseberry for Schiaparelli Haute Couture, which featured another iteration of the off-the-shoulder, long-sleeved silhouette. The black silk velvet dress featured a drop waist satin sash that extended down the front of the column skirt, which was fastened with a large gold buckle adorned with abstract nipples and pavé crystals.

She also wore an array of Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, including an ornate pair of oversized triple-layer gold hoops.

In an interview with Wall Street Journal, Adele’s stylist Jamie Mizrahi revealed that the star will wear a new look for each weekend of the residency, and that the pieces will be archived after each run. The duo has commissioned 20 other looks from established designers such as Versace, Loewe, and Louis Vuitton as well as newer designers like Paco Rabanne, Proenza Schouler and Harris Reed.

“One of Adele’s superpowers is the ability to give you déjà vu in the right way,” Mizrahi told the outlet. “Even when she does something new or modern, it feels like the same Adele you first fell in love with. That’s the look we’re going for.”