Dua Lipa has recently shared her second collection with PUMA. In the recent Instagram photos, the singer posed in a futuristic photo shoot to launch the collaboration. Lipa wows in her sporty designs, striking a series of athletic poses in the Flutur line which she says is inspired by rave culture.
The latest PUMA unisex drop includes tracksuits, cycling shorts and crop tops, with the star revealing the collection represents transition and new beginnings, a theme that became central to her own life recently. The singer said she has gone through a creative metamorphosis with her new collection, and life in general explaining the butterfly motif in her designs ‘represents transition, metamorphosis, and new beginnings.’
Dua Lipa shared, “I felt like in the beginning, when I first started working on drop one, the butterfly already had a lot of meaning for me.” She went on to say, “Now, going into the second drop, that meaning has just solidified itself and become even more important in my life. It feels like everything progressed and manifested itself in that way.” However, Lipa’s recent photoshoot is not the only thing to notice.
Dua’s raven hair turned into hot pink! The singer’s latest hair colour is likely the rich and vivid shade of pink. Her hairstylist, Chris Appleton, took to his Instagram and shared a selection of behind-the-scenes photographs from the shoot. Alongside the snaps, he wrote in the caption, “Pink make the boys wink – lil bts of the magic.” The Grammy winner has been taking a break from her The Future Nostalgia Tour. She is scheduled to go on stage later this month in Montreal and Ontario, Canada, before making her way to dates in South America.
However, the singer is currently facing a copyright infringement suit. The claim comes from photographer Robert Barbera, who claims Dua posted photos he took in 2019 on social media without his permission, which harmed his ability to earn money off of the snaps. The shots have been removed, but the photographer is seeking financial damages. He previously filed suit against Ariana Grande in 2019 and 2020, as well as Justin Bieber in 2019. The cases against Grande were dismissed. Justin’s case was settled out of court.