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Michael Ngo is an American fashion designer. He is friends with Grande and worked with her for the Dangerous Woman Tour, Sweetener World Tour and more.

Work with Grande[]

Dangerous Woman Tour[]

In 2016, during the conception of the DWT, Law Roach, Grande's stylist at the time introduced her to Ngo. In fact, Roach was named creative director for the styling of the tour and collaborated with the designer. Ngo designed an all-white outfit that Grande wore during act 2 of the show. The outfit consists of a bra, oversized pants with thick laces and a matching jacket. He also designed shorts for her dancers that match her outfit. The inspiration behind the outfit was sportswear and 90s basketball attire.

Outfit Sketches[]

Sweetener World Tour[]

In 2019, Roach and Grande reached out to Ngo again, but this time for him to design every costume that Grande wore on stage. The looks he created were with the same base but with variations in the color, shape, material and structure of the garment.

Opening look[]

The opening look had 3 variations. The first one is a burgundy/aubergine color bra, skirt and mini jacket with puffy shoulder accents. The bra was decorated with pearls and a matching choker. To complete the look, Grande wore matching thigh-high boots. The entire outfit is made out of a silky tule shiny material. The second variation is a red version of the same look. A light pink version replica was worn by grande later in the show.

Purple look[]

The second look is a purple top and cargo pants, opened in the front with a zipper. The look was switched to a bra and skirt ensemble of the same color for legs 2 and 3. The skirt was made in two different versions, one with a "cargo style" like the pants, the other with a lacing work in the front. A purple choker was also worn to complete the look.

Orange/Black look[]

The third look is an orange look, once again made in 3 variations. The first version, worn during leg 1 is a parachute-type skirt with a brad and matching thigh-high boots. Grande wore a puffer jacket with the outfit. The second version is in the same color, instead, the look was made in a sparkly orange material, with no jacket. A black version of the look was also made, Grande wore that version at one show only. She wore the black look with a black corduroy puffer jacket.

Chokers[]

Outfit Sketches[]

Other[]

For the music video of "Thank U, Next", Grande reached out to Ngo to create looks inspired by the 2000 movie Bring It On. The outfits are inspired from the Compton East Clovers cheerleader's outfits featured in the movie.

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