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Selena Gomez wows in white on tour

Published 08/08/2016

Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez

Australian designer Dion Lee created one of Selena Gomez's most stunning stage outfits for her Revival World Tour.

Selena Gomez tapped Australian designer Dion Lee to create an all white look for her Revival tour.

The 24-year-old’s world tour has now hit its third leg, taking in venues around Australia and New Zealand before heading to Europe.

After wowing in Melbourne over the weekend (06-07Aug16), Selena will next be in Sydney, and Australian fans have even more reason to scream, as homegrown designer Dion is behind one of the show’s hottest looks.

“We were contacted by Selena's team and asked to create a custom look for her tour,” Dion told Vogue Australia. “There were pieces from our resort 2017 collection that Selena was particularly drawn to, which I then adapted into a design that had the silhouette and movement to work on stage.”

The piece is a white corset-inspired top paired with a sheer white skirt, which features a slit right up to Selena’s waist. Jewelled wrist cuffs finish the sexy yet serene look.

During her show, Selena also flashes the flesh in a number of revealing outfits, including a green sequined leotard, accessorised with an oversized denim jacket with even more sparkles on.

She also wows in a sheer black body stocking, worn over black high waisted pants and a bra.

Selena, who boasts the most followers on Instagram with a whopping 93.5 million, has been updating fans with her looks on the picture sharing site. She also shared her recent cover for Vogue Australia, posting: “My first @vogueaustraliacover came out -thank you so much! So grateful.”

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