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I Bet you didn’t know Dua Lipa has an obsession with sustainable fashion. In fact, the British singer was one of the first to experiment with different sustainable fashion styles.
Often wearing upcycled looks from her favourite designer, ‘Marine Serre’ Dua Lipa has silently proven she’s a conscious pop star.
After becoming one of the most loved singers in the world, Dua Lipa is slowly positioning as an influential fashion trendsetter as well.
Dua Lipa’s Upcycled Fashion Style
Dua Lipa’s relationship with sustainable fashion began in 2018 when she showed off a head-to-toe Marine Serre outfit on Instagram.
At the time, the artist described her stylistic choice as the “most extra mirror pic”, on social media.
The look comprised of Marine Serre’s signature ultrahigh Moon-print sock boots and motifs, with a lavish upcycled scarf-dress outfit, nicely wrapped around her waist.
Another ‘Marine Serre’ selfie moment was taken in the singer’s famous hotel room and posted on Instagram.
In the pic, Dua Lipa is showcasing a futuristic Marine Serre’s bodysuit in white, beautifully matched with the label’s signature half-moons leggings.
Lipa’s interest in sustainable fashion surfaced, even more, when the British singer and songwriter was spotted in Miami, wearing an asymmetrical upcycled belted denim ensemble.
The outfit comprised a dress made by Nathalie Ballout, a Swedish-Lebanese sustainable fashion designer, and media influencer.
Nathalie Ballout is also one of the best friends of Dua.
Dua’s friend, Nathalie, is very vocal when it comes to the waste generated by fast fashion companies.
“The fashion industry influences almost every individual in the world. Thus, promoting diversity and independence in fashion is critical. Otherwise we remain compliant with ‘fast fashion’,” says Nathalie on her website.
Diversity and Inclusion In Dua Lipa’s Style
Some argue that fame and compassion don’t go together.
However, Dua Lipa dares to disagree.
So far, she has successfully shown that the emerging generation of artists can put out stunning records while spreading kindness, both at the same time.
Apart from fighting for sustainable fashion, Dua is also keen to support diversity and inclusion in fashion:
“Fashion must be accessible to everyone,” she added.
In the past, Dua talked about growing up wearing denim, and how forward-thinking brands such as ‘Pepe Jeans London’ had a positive effect on her stance towards fashion.
Dua Lipa’s ‘Physical’ Hits the Sustainable Fashion Peak
More recently, Dua Lipa has been spotted wearing Marine Serre again.
It was for her new single, ‘Physical’, and we think it is the best sustainable fashion look we’ve seen her wearing to date!
‘Physical’ the single, is part of Dua’s forthcoming album, ‘Future Nostalgia’.
Right now, the single keeps climbing the global charts, after claiming the 1st place in the ‘Official UK Trading Chart’.
With unexpected stylistic blends of ‘casual’ and ‘futuristic’, the outfit delivers, what the critics call, a new form of stylistic innovation.
Moreover, Serre’s design duality of couture and sportswear matches beautifully with Dua’s free spirit and personality.
Right now, it seems like Dua Lipa has an obsession (a healthy one) with Marine Serre and the French designers’ sustainable creations.
Would you like to see what is what Dua Lipa is going to wear next?
Comments below, please.
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