If there’s one thing we’ve learned from Olivia Rodrigo during her red carpet appearances, it’s that standards in the fashion world are meant to be broken. The singer has proven to have a particular style in which she is not afraid to mix completely opposite tendencies. A few days ago she surprised us with a cowboy-inspired look to celebrate her 19th birthday and last night she caused the same sensation again among the participants of the Billboard Women in Music Awards: she posed in front of the cameras with a punk princess set which left no one indifferent. Who said you can’t combine a Bohemia to dress in a gothic leather harness? The artist did it and imposed herself during a most special evening that she herself was responsible for opening with a moving interpretation of Already seen. She then officially received the Woman of the Year Award, an honor that required a powerful look worthy of the occasion.
The singer appeared in this long white ruffled dress which she paired with a black leather harness. the glamour the touch was provided by the diamonds encrusted in the three buckles of the belts, matching those that bordered the neckline of the garment. Creation of the AREA firm specializing in 80s-inspired designs where they play with sequins, rhinestones and four-color prints on their clothes. In fact, it is one of the recurring choices of celebrities at events such as the MET Gala, where gymnast Simone Biles wore one of her pieces last year. Olivia Rodrigo also decided to give a gothic look to her princess look adding a fundamental element for her: black boots with XL platforms, which makes her clear, as on other occasions.
Behind Olivia Rodrigo’s ensemble are sisters and stylists Chloe & Chenelle Delgadillo, two Los Angeles youngsters who have become Gen Z benchmarks thanks to their work with artists like Rosalía, Camila Cabello and Willow Smith. In her studied looks there is no shortage of daring clothes or nods to the 2000s, with a strong influence of A2K. With the singer of Good 4 u they have already collaborated on several occasions, helping her choose a model for events such as the American Music Awards, in which she shone in a transparent dress with feathers and sequins by David Koma. Or she was advised for appointments whose etiquette demanded a more formal style, such as the artist’s visit to the White House, in which she could be seen with a vintage tweed Chanel shoes and platform.