Ariana Grande will keep her ''iconic'' look for her 'Sweetener World Tour' according to her stylist Law Roach.
Ariana Grande will keep her ''iconic'' look for her 'Sweetener World Tour', according to her stylist Law Roach.
The 25-year-old songstress kicked off her much-anticipated tour at the Times Union Centre in Albany, New York on Monday night (18.03.19), and the 'God Is A Woman' hitmaker has kept her ''over-the-knee boots'' and ''ponytail'' because it's completes her onstage persona and allows her to ''own'' the stage.
Speaking to the New York Post newspaper's Page Six column, Roach said: ''Ariana Grande is absolutely iconic. The ponytail is iconic. The A-line skirts are iconic. The over-the-knee boots are iconic. For me, it's a formula to play with.
''[The look is] authentic to her, she owns that space and I don't think she should change or try to change to please anybody. She owns the ponytail. If you put that silhouette behind a screen and backlit it, everyone in the world would see that and say, 'That's Ariana Grande.' And that's powerful!''
''I can't tell you too much about it. I can tell you that I've never seen Ariana this excited. She's in a place now that she's never been as a woman, as a human, as a musician, as an artist.''
The 'Thank U, Next' chart topper took to her Instagram after her opening night and posted a video of her performing her track 'Successful', whilst thanking her fans for for their ''love'' and continuous support.
She said: ''mhmm my mind is all over the place and v emotional. thank u. i don't know what i'm posting rn tbh. at all. i'll hit u tomorrow bc.... tonight was too much. thank you thank you thank you. i love you. and i yeah. i love this song @pharrell. i love u @alfredoflores.(sic)''
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