Selena Gomez wowed in a new hairstyle and a custom Monse design as she opened her “Revival” tour, her second solo tour, in Las Vegas Friday. The 23-year-old singer’s new hairstyle featured soft layers and subtle highlights that framed her face perfectly. It has been created by hairstylist Riawna Capri, the celeb stylist behind the looks of Julianne Hough, Vanessa Hudgens and Emma Roberts.

Selena made her entry to cheering crowds wearing a 60,000 Swarovski-embellished nude and sheer bodysuit. The bodysuit was designed in collaboration with Swarovski and “Revival” fashion director Christian Classen. The outfit also featured a black tear-away taffeta gown.

She paired it with a pair of custom Louis Vuitton patent leather nude boots. Selena also wore a custom Michael Schmidt mask to complete her stage look for Act 1 (Runway/Masquerade). Classen commented on Instagram that the ensemble included a deconstructed black gown over a nude bodysuit and the same Vuitton booties featured in her opening number.

The singer dropped her new track “Feel Me” and performed a 20-song set. The world tour runs through Dec. 18 and features other glittery looks and glam footwear. Meanwhile, this is not her first time supporting Monse, Selena has been spotted wearing the young brand, which was founded by Oscar de la Renta alums Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia, on several other occasions.

The singer’s show features five separate acts, which will have a different custom look. Classen confirmed all of the designers and brands behind the fashion that Gomez dons onstage via Instagram.

Details of Selena Gomez’s looks in the various acts:


Act 2 (“Man and Machine/Technology”):

Karl Lagerfeld — custom look and gloves

Giuseppe Zanotti — custom boots

Act 3 (“The Sixth Sense”):

Vionnet — couture custom look

Giuseppe Zanotti — custom heels



Act 4 (“The Day of the Dead”):

Jessica Jones — custom

Fausto Puglisi — boots

Act 5 (“Revival Celebration”):

Sonia Rykiel — custom bodysuit

Louis Vuitton — FW16 boots

Selena's entire tour wardrobe has been customized; however, fans of the singer can hack her style through a 30-piece pop-up e-commerce  site, which launched only for the “Revival” tour. The merchandize features a “Southern Californian” vibe. Selena released her second album  late last year and will continue touring through the end of the year.