See a full breakdown of his outfits.
It’s no surprise that Usher had everyone screaming, “Yeah!” during his show-stopping performance at the 2024 Super Bowl in Las Vegas, where he performed a medley of hits including "You Don't Have to Call," "Caught Up," and "You Got It Bad," not to mention exciting surprise cameos by Alicia Keys, Ludacris, and Lil Jon, to name a few. (Oh, and a whole lot of Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce in one night.) But back to Usher's fashion.
Dripping in Dolce & Gabbana
The 45-year-old megastar first hit the stage bedecked in an opulent head-to-toe white look custom-made by Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana.
His three-piece ensemble comprised of a jacket that was embellished with crystals and beads, a silver sequined sleeveless top, and side-pleated pants. A bird-like crystal brooch added extra sparkle.The layers began to come off as he performed hits like "Bad Girl" feat. H.E.R and “My Boo” feat. Alicia Keys, donning a ruby sparkling catsuit also designed by Dolce & Gabbana.
The Shirtless Moment
The showman ended up shirtless with his signature “U” diamond pendant on full display, and a single white glove remained, which paid clear homage to another musical great, Michael Jackson.
Usher's Off-White™ Moment
For the latter half of the singer, songwriter, and dancer’s performance, his team collaborated with Off-White™ to create custom looks for him and for all the backup dancers. His Off-White™ look was a blue, moto-inspired look with black crystals to emphasize Usher’s pecs and abs.
Wildly Intricate Details
Shining bright with a mind-boggling total of 394,000 crystals, he effortlessly danced the night away in an anatomical letter biker jacket and knitted turtleneck, a lurex sparkle undershirt, and leather trousers.
Rolling into a New Collab
He also used the performance as a reminder that he can bust a move on wheels and gave viewers a sneak-peek at his brand-new roller skate collaboration with Flipper’s World. The night sealed Usher's status as not only a showman of his generation but as a fashion force as well.
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