Harry Styles had been saving his custom Gucci white lace jumpsuit especially for his BRIT Awards performance.
The 26-year-old gave a solo performance at the ceremony in London, where he was nominated for Best British Album and Best British Male Solo Artist, earlier this month.
Harry hit the red carpet in a brown Gucci suit with a broderie anglaise shirt, purple wool sweater, a string of pearls and a pair of chic Mary Jane shoes.
He then changed into the dramatic lace jumpsuit, custom-made by Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele, for his stunning rendition of his upcoming track Fallen.
And the Adore You hitmaker's longtime stylist and collaborator Harry Lambert told British Vogue that they've been saving the outfit for the performance for more than six months.
“Alessandro and Gucci are a dream to collaborate with. We have had the performance look for around six months, and during the first fitting we could all tell that it was really special,” Lambert shared. “We decided to keep it aside for the right moment.
"When it was confirmed that Harry would be performing Falling for the first time at the Brit Awards, there was no question that this was the moment we had been waiting for.”
The former One Direction singer then changed into a show-stopping banana yellow Marc Jacobs suit from the designer's spring/summer 2020 collection, which Lambert explained had been on Harry's must-wear list for a long time.
“(He's) has been talking about wearing a yellow suit for some time," he said. “The moment I saw the marigold suit on the Marc Jacobs runway, I knew we had to get it."
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