The megastar carried on with her “Weekends With Adele” residency at Caesars Palace on Friday night, wearing a stunning gown in the style of classic Hollywood for the performance. The singer is shown in a Givenchy custom haute couture gown designed by Matthew M. Williams in a slideshow of images taken by Raven B. Verona and uploaded on Instagram with the caption “Weekend 2.” The photos were taken by Raven B. Verona.
A draped off-the-shoulder neckline is featured on the black silk crepe dress, which also has long sleeves, a figure-hugging silhouette that lightly flares below the knee, and a crystal-embroidered halter strap that originates under each arm and loops around her back. Adele completed her ensemble by donning a set of big diamond teardrop earrings along with a matching ring and pulling her hair into a high ponytail on the top half of her head.
The singer known for her hit “Set Fire To The Rain” decided to wear a one-of-a-kind gown designed by Daniel Roseberry for Schiaparelli Haute Couture for the first weekend of her five-month residency. The off-the-shoulder, long-sleeved silhouette was featured in this particular Schiaparelli Haute Couture creation. The black dress made of silk velvet featured a drop waist satin belt that stretched down the front of the column skirt. The sash was secured with a huge gold clasp decorated with abstract nipples and pavé crystals.
In addition to that, she wore a collection of Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, one of which was an elaborate pair of gigantic triple-layer gold hoops.
Jamie Mizrahi, Adele’s stylist, recently gave an interview to the Wall Street Journal, in which she disclosed that the singer will don a brand-new getup for each weekend of the residency and that the garments will be kept in storage after each respective run. The team has also commissioned twenty additional pieces from a variety of fashion designers, some of which are more well-known than others, such as Versace, Loewe, and Louis Vuitton. Others are more contemporary, such as Paco Rabanne, Proenza Schouler, and Harris Reed.
According to Mizrahi’s comments on the site, “one of Adele’s superpowers is the ability to give you déjà vu in the perfect way.” “Even when she tries something fresh or contemporary for the first time, it still feels like the same Adele you fell in love with at the beginning. This is the style that we want to achieve.”