Dua Lipa appeared on Instagram Friday in a joint post with the popular clothing brand Puma.
The 27-year-old songstress played model as she wore a pair of the brand’s Mayze Stack sneakers.
The caption to the accounts’ combined 99 million followers read: ‘Baby it’s cold outsideeeee… but Mayze Stack brings the heatttt.’
The striking duo of images were snapped by SN37 Agency’s Tyrell Hampton, whom the caption referred to as ‘angelboy.’
Dua, who hails from London, put on a leggy display in a forest green micro mini skirt with pleats.
She teamed it with a fitted and sleeveless, one-shoulder red top with a black and white graphic print.
The eye-catching outfit was punctuated with the platform kicks, which were made with a tan-colored suede upper and brown rubber outsole.
The songstress – known for hits like New Rules and Levitating – showed off her tiny arm tattoos in the skin-baring look.
She wore large, silver-toned hoop earrings and styled her lengthy raven locks in deep waves that streamed down her back.
Posing against a background of multicolor tiles, she used a matching fan as a prop in one of the snapshots.
The post is nearing one million likes with the two entities’ joint online fanbase double-tapping the post more than 900,000 times.
Earlier this week Lipa, who’s rumored to be dating comedian Trevor Noah, slipped into a sheer black top and maxi skirt as she posed in front of a full-length mirror.
She flaunted her sleek style as she added a pair of glossy black sunglasses for a quick selfie.
The photo, along with various others, appeared in an Instagram carousel for her followers to gawk at.
Dua playfully wrote in the caption: ‘Caliiiiiiiifawwwnia.’
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