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Katy Perry wears custom-made Jeremy Scott costumes during Super Bowl halftime show

Katy Perry gave an amazing performance last night during this year’s Super Bowl halftime show, bedazzling the crowds with nothing less than four Jeremy Scott custom-made outfits that merged pop-culture and high fashion in the most extravagant way. Scott’s poptastic designs captured the singer’s very essence, transporting us to a fantasy world full of sparkles and fun. Perry opened the show wearing a spectacular two-piece look in vibrant yellow and orange, made of airbrushed, gold patent leather. The outfit was inspired by Scott’s flame shoes for Adidas Originals, while also bringing to mind Katniss Everdeen’s iconic Hunger Games dress. After singing “I Kissed A Girl” with Lenny Kravitz, Perry took off the flame piece in order to reveal a playful California inspired look, featuring a beach ball bra and a skater skirt. Accompanied by dancing sharks, palm trees, surfboards and, of course, beach balls, Perry sang two of her biggest hits, “Teenage Dream” and “California Gurls”.

Perry’s next change was for Missy Elliot’s surprise cameo, rocking a crystal embellished, oversized black hoodie dress that read “49”, alluding to the 49th edition of Super Bowl, under the music of “Get Ur Freak On” and “Work it”. The pop star closed the show with “Firework”, flying above the stadium in a spectacular Moschino gown adorned with holographic and silver stars that stole the spotlight. The outfit was, according to the designer, an Old Hollywood meets sci-fi red-carpet cartoon moment that was meant to put the glamour touch to the show. “I love pop culture, and for me that’s one of the things that’s so exciting about this opportunity. The audience is so vast, it’s so much more outside our nuanced world of high-fashion lovers,” Scott told Style.com. Of course, this is not the first time that Katy and Scott work together since they have known each other for more than a decade and Scott has designed in the past some of Perry’s most memorable costumes. And judging by their amazing Super Bowl collaboration and their perfect chemistry, we are sure that it definitely won’t be the last!