Dev at the 14th Annual Young Hollywood Awards at Hollywood Athletic Club in Hollywood, CA on June 14, 2012.
On the set of a recent photoshoot, DEV wore the Steve Madden Women’s Shazzam Platform Sandal ($72.00). These shoes have a delicate black patent upper and a monstrous leopard print platform and block heel. I’m not 100% sure about the dress because I can’t see the front, but I believe it’s the Mesh Bust Panel Bodycon Dress from Topshop ($80.00).
DEV recently got two new tattoos on her legs, one of which you can see here. But you can head over to the DEV’s tattoos page to see them both!
I recognized the dress that DEV wears in her new “Dancing Shoes” music video because Selena Gomez wore it a while back. It was sold at ASOS as the Asymmetric Corset Maxi Dress and at ModCloth as the Poetic Penumbra Dress, but it’s sold out both places now. This dress combines the glamour of a long dress with the playfulness of a mini dress. the result is a look that’s both elegant and fun.
Dev’s leopard house coat is actually vintage piece, but UNIF makes a similar Leopard Maxi Dress which you can buy at Nasty Gal for $128.00. Dev named this as one of her “5 Things I Can’t Live Without” for AOL StyleList. She says: “My long vintage leopard chiffon. I can’t leave my house without this. I throw it over leggings, jeans, bathing suits; it makes everything feel pretty and feminine.”
It’s no secret that DEV is a huge fan of Hellz Bellz. She was once an intern at the label and sported 26 different outfits from Hellz Bellz in her “Booty Bounce” music video. And since she’s worn so many of their clothes, it’s no surprise that she wore the same dress twice.
DEV wore the Bedtime Stories Dress in Floral at the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto on June 19th. Although this is the more feminine version of the dress, it comes off as the more “rock star” look since she’s paired it withe a leather biker vest, leather hoop earrings, and pyramid stud bracelets. She wore the the same dress in black while celebrating her birthday with a performance at JET Nightclub in Las Vegas on July 1st. She goes for a simple, sophisticated look with thin gold hoops and a clutch purse.
Which look do you like better – colorful and edgy or basic black?
Electro-pop singer Dev (born Devin Star Tailes) wears 26 different outfits in her music video for “Booty Bounce.” A sample from this song was used as the chorus of Far East Movement’s number 1 hit “Like a G6.”
All of the clothing is from streetwear brand Hellz Bellz, save for some American Apparel hosiery. The pieces in the video span a few years of collections, so most of them are no longer available for purchase, but I’ve managed to identify 22 of the items worn. Read full story »