Halsey wears a gilded Schiaparelli look across the Met to focus on her power in motherhood

Halsey worked with Image Architect Law Roach to find a bespoke couture outfit for her If I can’t have love, I want power Album cover unveiling that took place in video format at the Met. Daniel Roseberry from Schiaparelli delivered a regal dress with a sequined bodice and a wrap skirt made of silk and peach for the occasion. It was the epitome of Halsey’s message, which she posted next to the cover on Instagram: “The idea that I as a sexual being and my body as a vessel and gift for my child are two concepts that can coexist peacefully and powerfully. ” Halsey’s look successfully symbolized the idea that women retain full control of the pride in their style and strength in their presence while embracing motherhood.

Halsey and Law selected Loree Rodkin jewelry to enhance the glamor of this ensemble – the delicate drop earrings are particularly eye-catching – and she walked barefoot around the museum, revealing only a gold anklet on her left foot. The full 13 minute video is incredibly impressive to watch on its own, but you can also click through to see different angles of this Schiaparelli masterpiece, which includes cutouts and structural clusters sewn onto the bodysuit. “This project is one of the MOST BEAUTIFUL things I’ve ever done,” wrote Law under Lucas Garrido’s official album, in which Halsey poses in a Corvus + Crux dress. But it’s safe to say that the Roseberry Schiaparelli dress brought to that moment all of the glamor, nobility, and movement that it called for.

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