She is the glamorous asset to her ultra-designer wardrobe. Back in pictures of the striking appearances of the British singer in a black dress.
Rarely has a piece marked the life and career of a personality so much. This month, again, the singer Adele wore two ultra glamorous black dresses during the same concert, on stage at the BST Hyde Park Festival, in London. The first, signed by the house Schiaparelli, gave an hourglass silhouette to the eternal interpreter of Someone like You Where Hello. A waistline marked by a metallic gold belt, a plunging neckline, elegant diva shoulders: so many structured assets, allowing you to highlight it. Same stylistic construction, except for a few details, for her dress. Louis Vuitton, that shone with a thousand lights a few moments later. Adele has found his figure, her favorite dress and keeps it.
Adele in 15 striking black dresses
Adele has been faithful to this look since her debut. For her first participation in the Grammy Awards, in 2009, the singer already wore a black dress with a marked waist, skater style, obligatory point. She had already won two titles, including the best artist of the year.
Since then, like a talisman or a lucky charm, it never leaves her. When the whole world sees her become an international star in the clip Rolling in The Deep, in 2011, She wears it complemented with an equally black head jewel, and an XXL high chignon that will also be her hallmark for a long time. When she posts a new silhouette on Instagram to celebrate her 32nd birthday, it’s shorter but still her favorite creation. Finally, when Adele reappears after a long musical break during a concert to present her new album, who sneaks onto the stage? A stellar Schiaparelli dress in taffeta that envelops the diva. There are no possible odds: the black dress reassures as much as it makes the singer shine at every important moment of her career.
A diva against the current
What is more timeless than a black dress? When the new female voices of pop or rap compete in transparencies, colors or daring cutsAdele opted for consistency: a glamorous, statuesque dress, but always black. A way to master her classics, but also to establish her style, against the tide.