Celebrity Dua Lipa Wore a Denim Bustier — and Matched It to Her Pants And her bag. And her shoes. By Christopher Luu Christopher Luu Instagram Twitter Christopher is a Southern California-based editor and has been with InStyle since 2018. He covers all things entertainment, celebrity, and culture. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on March 4, 2022 @ 07:30AM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Photo by Raymond Hall/GC Images The Diesel renaissance has another acolyte: Dua Lipa. The same day Rihanna gave the beloved aughts brand her seal of approval at Paris Fashion Week, Lipa wore a full Diesel ensemble during an outing in New York City. When the Italian label hit the scene in the '90s, it was known for distressed denim (and that coveted pocket label), so it makes sense that Lipa opted for a denim-on-denim (on denim) look for her foray into Diesel resurgence. She wore a super-distressed denim bustier with quilted cups along with pants that echoed the wash and the same grid of embroidery. The top had Diesel's signature D logo on it its zipper pull and she added a frayed belt with Diesel spelled out in rhinestones. As for that bag, it matched the same medium blue as her outfit, which matched her pointy denim shoes, making for a Kim Kardashian and Beyoncé-approved seamless pantaboot look without actually wearing pant-shoe hybrids. Photo by Raymond Hall/GC Images Diesel's Comeback Is Officially Happening Lipa's fashion tour de force is accompanying her actual Future Nostalgia Tour, which is crisscrossing the United States. Recently, she's been seen in Miami wearing a tiny swimsuit, in New York City wearing an ab-baring neon maxi dress, and in a private plane wearing a full-on faux-fur set. On stage, she's opting for lace Balenciaga unitards and Mugler catsuits embellished with 120,000 crystals, as one does when they're performing hits like "Levitating" and "New Rules." After touring the States, she'll head overseas and bring the show to London, Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands, just to name a few of the stops on the schedule. When all is said and done, she'll have stopped in 28 countries for the 77-concert tour.