Pop princess Kylie Minogue has recruited top designers Dolce & Gabbana to kit her out for her sell-out tour.
Her dancers will be dressed by Agent Provocateur, the upmarket lingerie label for which Kylie appeared in a cinema ad dressed in only her undies.
The singer promised her tour would feature the most lavish concerts of her career.
Kylie said: “In the past, we’ve made many a show work with little more than pennies to rub together, so this is something of a luxury to be able to create the show we’ve only dreamt of previously.”
The shows will need a permanent touring cast of more than 100 people and has taken six months to put together.
D&G has designed Kylie’s look for the tour, which has been influenced by the futuristic styles of Star Trek, Dr Who, A Clockwork Orange and David Bowie’s Diamond Dogs.
The Italian designers said: “We like Kylie’s spontaneity, her freshness.
“Kylie is the quintessence of the contemporary artist and her music and style capture the essence of the Dolce & Gabbana look – glamorous, hyper-feminine and modern.”
The pint-sized singer, whose single Can’t Get You Out Of My Head was one of last year’s biggest sellers, will be flanked by a troupe of scantily-clad dancers.
Kylie will be performing songs from throughout her career for her Fever 2002 shows.
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