Adele exudes glamor in new “Oh My God” music video

Here’s a look at the designer pieces the 15 Grammy winner wore in her latest music video.

After snatching the go-ahead for the best-selling record of 2021, Adele begins 2022 with the release of the music video for “Oh My God”, a single part of her fourth album “30”.

Directed by Sam Brown, who she previously worked with on “Rolling in the Deep,” the new clip is in the singer’s black and white aesthetic with dancers moving to her R & B-pop song.

“We filmed this one the day ‘Easy On Me’ was released, it had a million things going on at the same time. But the crew’s attention to detail was bordering on hilarious,” Adele shares. on Social media.

There are a lot of symbols seen in the video, from the apple in the opening scene and a python to a horse and chair on fire. But aside from the dramatic side, the English singer is also showcasing the glamor with a series of outfit changes courtesy of top fashion designers.

Styled by Jamie Mizrahi, the 33-year-old singer dons three looks in the service of understated elegance, haute couture opulence and timeless charm. Here are the designer pieces she wore:

Adele wearing Harris Reed (Photo by @harris_reed)

For her first look, Adele wears a tailored flowing demi-couture look from Harris Reed. The set consists of a polka-dot tulle blouse with a bow and a fitted corset underneath associated with an empire waist skirt. While the earrings and rings from the designer’s jewelry collaboration with the Missoma brand add a dose of sparkle.

Adele in Louis Vuitton (Photo by @sweetbabyjamie)

Her second look is that of the French luxury house Louis Vuitton. Creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere designed a royal custom dress with a cape reminiscent of the brand’s spring 2022 collection.

Adele in Vivienne Westwood (Photo by @adele)

Finally, another bespoke piece, this time in blood red. Adele holds the apple with Vivienne Westwood’s satin dress with bolero and silk tulle train. The ornament is a special piece of jewelry from Cartier.

“Many thanks to Harris Reed, Louis Vuitton and The Queens Haus, Vivienne Westwood for the most mind blowing clothes I sang my song ‘I’m a hot mess’ in,” Adele said.

See Adele and the clothes in action below:



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