Adam Lambert Channels An ‘Ali Baba Superstar’ On Red Carpet And Stage At 2013 Life Ball

Adam Lambert at the 2013 Life Ball in Vienna, Austria on May 25.
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If there’s one thing we love about Adam Lambert, it’s his ability to dress appropriately for every occasion. For Halloween, he channeled the ultimate scary “Glampire,” at Elton John’s Oscar party he got all dolled up a classic tux, and for “VH1 Divas,” he busted out TONS of divalicious fur ensembles. This weekend, Adam hit up the 2013 Life Ball (which is Europe’s biggest annual charity event to support those with HIV and AIDs), and, of course, he took the “Arabian Nights” dress code very, very seriously. On the red magenta carpet, he sported his signature all-black ensemble but added a very Arabian twist. He paired a shiny Mugler jacket with a collarless button-up shirt, Les Hommes harem pants, a spiky necklace, lace-up combat boots, and fingerless gloves. Of course he BA-ROUGHT his beauty game by sporting kohl-rimmed eyes with an on-point ’stache, black nails and a tiny bindi.

For his performance outfit, Glambert pulled out ALL the stops in a decked-out ensemble straight out of Aladdin. His “Ali Baba Superstar” look consisted of a super bedazzled turquoise and blue peacock feather turban with an insanely detailed floor-length jacket and ribbed tunic. What completely put us over the edge, though, were HIS. SHOES. *dies* He wore embellished cowboy boots that matched the rest of his outfit perfectly. *bows down* He still sported the same cut-off gloves from before to show off his badass rocker side, which we love, and between these two looks, we have to say his onstage ensemble totally knocked it out of the park. He took the event’s theme seriously and ran with it in the most fashiony of ways. This, ladies and gents, is why we love Adam Lambert. But tell us, which of Adam’s looks do you like best–his red carpet or stage ensemble? Let us know in the comments below!

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