Dua Lipa Wore Pastel Fishnets On The Cover Of ‘Rolling Stone'
3 days ago - By Style Caster
Excuse my while I wipe my drool, because I am truly fan-girling so hard over Dua Lipa's Rolling Stone cover. The pose! The glam! The extensions! And most importantly, THE FISHNETS! Our girl is serving body-ody-ody in her risqué cover look, and to quote her own 2016 hit, she looks Hotter Than Hell.
Personally, I'm a huge fan of the cover -it's bold and eye-catching, as any good cover should be, and Lipa looks incredible. However, the photo has received a fair amount of criticism from both Dua Lipa fans and dedicated Rolling Stone readers. Comments on the cover's social media reveal...
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