Singer Demi Lovato steps out in shoes by Jordanian designer Amina Muaddi

The 'Sorry Not Sorry' star put her best foot forward to celebrate her recent engagement

FILE PHOTO: Singer and actress Demi Lovato arrives at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., May 20, 2018. REUTERS/Steve Marcus/File Photo
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Demi Lovato, 27, stepped out in style for "date night" this week.

The singer, who recently became engaged to actor Max Ehrich, joined her new fiance for dinner on Monday to celebrate.

To visit the Nobu restaurant in Malibu, California, Lovato paired a ruched blush-pink dress with a pair of sparkling Gilda sandals by Jordanian-Romanian designer Amina Muaddi.

The singer showed off her outfit with an Instagram snap, captioning the image: "Date night at Nobu ... I love you Max Ehrich."

With Muaddi being arguably the most in-demand shoe designer at the moment, by donning mules with the label's distinctive flared heel shape, and two straps covered in shimmering diamante, Lovato was definitely putting her best fashion foot forward.

The Sorry Not Sorry singer appears to be donning the style in white, which is no longer in stock on Muaddi's website. A mermaid-inspired teal version of the Gilda, however, is available at Ounass for Dh3,150.

The Gilda sandal by Amina Muaddi, here in Mermaid, as worn by Demi Lovato. Courtesy Forward
The Gilda sandal by Amina Muaddi, here in Mermaid, as worn by Demi Lovato. Courtesy Forward

Something of a global nomad, Muaddi grew up between Jordan, Italy and Romania and, after a brief stint working as a stylist for titles such as GQ US and L'Uomo Vogue, turned to footwear.

She co-founded the brand Oscar Tiye when she was 26 years old and, on leaving that, launched her eponymous label in 2018.

Almost immediately, her work caught the eye of Rihanna, and her shoes were soon spotted on the likes of Dua Lipa and Kendall Jenner.

Her first advertising campaign starred French model Tina Kunakey, who leapt to fame when she married French actor Vincent Cassel, in turn making Muaddi’s shoes famous.

Muaddi was invited to create a capsule collection for Browns in London, which she themed on a safari, and when the couture house of Alexandre Vauthier decided to branch out into footwear, it enlisted Muaddi to create the collection, a role she still retains.

Most recently, Muaddi launched a limited-edition capsule line of four designs for Rihanna’s label, Fenty.


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