She’s embarked on the European leg of her Future Nostalgia Tour. And Dua Lipa went braless as she displayed her sidebob in a very low cut maxi-dress to go sightseeing at an art gallery during her day off in Berlin.
The singer, 26, soaked up the sun in the flowing charcoal ensemble with an oversized flower print and front split. Dua looked as stylish as ever, opting for a strappy pair of metallic green heels and chic rectangular sunglasses. Her raven locks were styled lose in natural waves and she accessorised with some gold hooped earrings and a simple necklace.
The hitmaker carried an orange and burgundy checkerboard printed jacket as she arrived at Boros Bunker in Mitte to view the collection of contemporary art. Dua looked every bit the pop sensation as she performed in the city the previous night and is next set to perform at Cologne’s Lanxess Arena.
The singer took to the stage at Berlin’s Mercedes-Benz Arena in a sleeveless pink lace catsuit as she belted the lyrics to her biggest hits. Dua’s Future Nostalgia Tour kicked off in February in Miami, Florida after being postponed three times due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Her second studio album Future Nostalgia was released in March 2020 and earned her three Grammy Awards, including the coveted Album Of The Year gong. The UK native paired her busty catsuit with a pair of matching arm-length opera gloves. She performed complex choreography in a pair of coordinating heeled boots with rounded toes.
Dua was surrounded by a troupe of dancers decked out in complimentary red bodysuits. Her dance crew later slipped into matching red windbreaker jackets and pants for one part of the show.
Dua’s flowing brunette hair was swept up into a Madonna inspired high ponytail. She accessorized the all-pink look with a set of sparkling dangly earrings in the shape of locks. Dua dazzled the 17,000-seat venue as she stood close to the edge of the stage and showcased her awe-inspiring vocals.
Attached to the main stage was a lengthy catwalk that Dua and her dancers used to the strut their stuff. The Future Nostalgia Tour will go through the end of the year, with future stops in Canada, Latin America and Australia.