The pop star turned heads during a recent outing dressed in a hooded Coperni dress
Ariana Grande knows how to bring fantasy to life.
The pop star, 30, turned heads during a recent outing dressed in a hooded Coperni dress inspired by Little Red Riding Hood. The brand took the traditional red hooded cape from the fairy tale and reinterpreted it into an elegant little black dress with a plunging neckline and asymmetrical bottom.
Grande paired the look with black sheer tights, knee-high boots, a Chanel top handle bag, and leather gloves.
The Wicked actress styled her hair in a ponytail and wore small pearl earrings. Her glam included negative space eyeliner created with a brown eye pencil and light pink eyeshadow.
The eye makeup is an evolution of Grande's iconic "cat eye" look and one she's been leaning on lately amid news of the upcoming release of her seventh studio album, Eternal Sunshine. Grande announced that the album is set for release on March 8, just days after the release of its first single, "Yes, And?"
"Thank you for the overwhelming amount of love and for dancing along. My heart is so full and I'm so moved. Love you all so so so much," Grande wrote.
Apart from wearing the trendy eye makeup in the music video, Grande also took a page from Paula Abdul's book by taking inspiration from her "Cold Hearted" music video. The video integrates dance moves, a plotline and a wardrobe inspired by the iconic 1989 clip. Abdul, 61, called the homage "An Honor."
"WOW! Waking up to see Ariana Grande pay homage to 'Cold Hearted' in her new music video 'yes, and?' was EVERYTHING!!! What an honor! What was your favorite part of the video? I love you, Ari!!!" Abdul wrote on X (formerly Twitter) and Instagram.
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In a reflective Instagram Story post in December, Grande opened up about her year and the love she put into her upcoming projects.
"I gave everything i could have possibly given of my heart and of myself to the projects i was fortunate enough to be a part of and learned so much from every brilliant, beautiful, soul that i had the provellge of creating art with and crossing paths with this near," she wrote.
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