Check out Adele’s leopard-print Alaïa coat on Date Night With Rich Paul
Adele’s latest look on the court includes a trendy new coat.
The superstar went on a date with her boyfriend Rich Paul last night, while attending this year’s NBA All-Star Game at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio. During the match, which took place in Paul’s hometown, the star sports agent supported his client and close friend LeBron James, whose team won against Kevin Durant’s team with a score of 163-160.
In photos from the game, the “Easy on Me” singer looks smitten as she cuddles up to Paul, wearing a leopard-print coat from Alaïa’s Spring 2022 collection, a collared dress matching top and semi-sheer Wolford tights. She finished the look with black suede Manolo Blahnik boots and her winged eyeliner.
The officer kept his look casual in a white, red and black jacket over a black turtleneck shirt and lightly faded jeans.
The ‘Someone Like You’ also took the time to pose with fellow seatmate, Super Bowl Halftime Show performer Mary J. Blige, who went glam in a pink and black print jumpsuit and layered silver chain necklaces .
A floor-length coat in a bold print has become a staple of Adele’s on-court looks, with the “I Drink Wine” singer sporting dramatic monograms and splatter-print coats for previous NBA games.
Last night’s outfit is also the pop star’s second leopard print moment this year, after she stepped out in a velvet Etro coat for dinner with Paul last month. She layered the signature piece on an all-black base with flared leather pants, suede pointed heels, leather gloves and a mini Balenciaga Hourglass bag.
Engagement rumors still swirl around the couple, after the ‘Hello’ singer wore a huge diamond ring to the BRIT Awards and later The Graham Norton Show. Although neither Adele nor Paul responded to the rumors, she swapped the diamond for a simple gold ring last night, worn on the same finger.
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