Katy Perry’s massive Prismatic World Tour wrapped up last month after a year a half on the road, so we can only imagine she’s suffering some withdrawal from the spotlight.
But don’t worry, KatyCats — even when she’s not slaying the stage in one of her elaborate tour ensembles, rest assured she’s bringing her stunning style to the streets.
On Wednesday night (Nov. 4), she rocked not one, not two, but THREE gorgeous ensembles for a benefit concert, each one more dramatic than the last.
Perry was on hand at Carnegie Hall in New York City for Change Begins Within: A David Lynch Foundation Benefit Concert, which promoted the benefits of transcendental meditation. And on the red carpet, she basically became a real-life Batwoman in a body-hugging black jumpsuit with dramatic draped wings.
Naturally, KP had to flap them around and show off her impressive wingspan (hopefully they cleared the carpet beforehand so no one suffered a wing-related injury). She also accessorized the look with a pair of flashy, caged rings (who says you can’t mix gold and silver jewelry?!).
Inside the concert, Perry reportedly performed a string of her biggest hits, including “Roar,” “Teenage Dream,” “Wide Awake,” “Dark Horse” and “Firework,” while being backed by an orchestra. Onstage, he donned a baby pink gown with a giant satin bow atop her left shoulder, and was even joined by a group of ballerinas for "Firework."
As if those two looks weren’t enough, Perry pulled out one more stunning number for the after party at Russian Tea Room, wearing a strapless red dress and black heels.
Which of these looks is your fave? Tell us in the comments!