The songstress achieved next-level perfection when she was snapped stepping out in London in a satiny strapless Monse gown that played up the idea of shirting, with sleeves tied across the chest.

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Andrea Cheng
Sep 25, 2015 @ 6:30 pm

It's no high-cut bathing suit, but Selena Gomez sure looks good. The songstress achieved next-level perfection when she was snapped stepping out in London in a satiny black pajama-inspired strapless gown that played up the idea of shirting, with sleeves tied across the chest.

And judging from this latest look, Gomez has clearly skipped fall completely and sprung to spring in more ways than one. Not only is she clad in a spring 2016 design by new label Monse (Amal Clooney, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Jessica Paré are already fans), but she's sporting a take on two of next season's trends—the shirtdress and pajama dressing.

"Ours has nothing to do with body con," says Fernando Garcia, one-half of the Monse design duo, about the collection. "There’s not a single fitted piece in this collection. It’s a different kind of sexy. It's a little bit undressing, ease, casual, it looks like it has one button or one zipper."

If Gomez's effortlessly chic look isn't indicative of the brand's success, then we don't know what is.

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