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The biggest fashion moments of the 2023 Super Bowl

by The Grio

Whether you’re grieving the Philadelphia Eagles’ loss or celebrating with the Kansas City Chiefs, Super Bowl LVII was filled with memorable moments. Football fans gathered in Glendale, Arizona, to witness the 57th annual Super Bowl. While Jalen Hurts and Patrick Mahones made history as the first Black quarterbacks to play against each other in a Super Bowl, the 2023 game featured other iconic, non-football-related moments. 

To kick things off, Sheryl Lee Ralph opened the Super Bowl LVII Pregame with a performance of the Black national anthem, “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” With her vocals and wardrobe, the “Abbott Elementary” star honored Black culture on the Glendale, Arizona, field. Styled by her daughter, Ivy Coco, Ralph rocked a custom red jumpsuit by Black luxury designer Charles Harbison. The pregame show also featured R&B legend Babyface, who performed “America the Beautiful” in a classic matte black suit detailed with a monochromatic floral lapel. 

Each year, fans anticipate who will headline the Super Bowl’s halftime show. This year, fans tuned in at the half for Rihanna’s first live performance in seven years, produced by Apple Music. Given her extensive catalog, her 13-minute performance did not disappoint. From the stage design to the costumes, the Barbados native gave us a performance to remember, serving a medley of her hit songs and revealing her new baby bump. 

Making history as the first pregnant performer during the Super Bowl, the star commanded attention in an all-red ensemble styled by Jahleel Weaver. The star’s look included a monochromatic red jumpsuit with a glossy red bustier breastplate by Loewe. The look was paired with a long red leather puffer coat custom designed by Pieter Mulier of Alaïa, which was widely believed to be an homage to her friend and late fashion icon, André Leon Talley.

As the superstar performed while suspended 15 to 60…

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