This past weekend, Katy Perry debuted yet another enormous costume, this time in a video promotion for American Idol, on which she is a judge. A huge hand-sanitizer bottle, it’s only the latest in what increasingly appears to be an endless supply of oversize ensembles modeled on regular objects:
The singer’s first foray into this style of dress was back in 2014, when she dressed up as a gargantuan Hot Cheeto . She followed the look a year later with a dress whose skirt was modeled on .
青青青国产在观免费2018Then there was the 2019 Met Gala. The theme was “camp,” so the giant chandelier she wore on the red carpet made some sense, and so did, I guess, the huge cheeseburger she wore — — at the after-party:
Soon after, she rewore the burger in Taylor Swift’s “You Need to Calm Down” music video. Swift, meanwhile, dressed as a carton of huge fries, which, given what we know about the situation, may have been a good-faith loan from Perry’s own closet.
The ensembles do look a bit like high-concept hired entertainment for a child’s birthday party, but Perry’s oversize livery is custom designerwear. Her Met Gala looks were Jeremy Scott, and, ,” this Purell number was a collaboration between her creative director, Johnny Wujek, costume designer Shokra, and fashion designer Pini.
青青青国产在观免费2018I like to imagine that she has a whole closet full, and is merely selective about when and where she debuts them. Personally, I’m holding out for her own rendition of Legolas, whom of course she is (regrettably) set to marry sometime in the future.