Summer has officially arrived! Along with concerts, fun outdoor festivals and new music releases, our favorite celebrities are delivering sartorial mastery on stage. This week’s best-dressed brought out the best of their style arsenal to delight fans and onlookers with unforgettable performances. 

For instance, at the 2024 Gov Ball, the queen of relatable pop music, Sabrina Carpenter, slayed with a hyperfeminine take on festival fashion while Latin sensation Rauw Alejandro served lessons on summer dapper dressing.  

Elsewhere, P-pop Aces, BGYO, made a case for edgy fashion to promote their newest single, “Gigil” and K-pop quintet ARTMS took us back to the 2000s with their performances of “Virtual Angel.” 

Read on to discover all the stars who make it to the latest installment of EnVi’s Best Looks of the Week series — stage outfit edition 

Sabrina Carpenter’s Butter Yellow Minidress

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JUNE 08: Sabrina Carpenter performs during the 2024 Governors Ball Music Festival at Flushing Meadows Corona Park on June 08, 2024 in New York City. ( Photo by Niamh Murphy for EnVi Media))

What: Ukrainian label FROLOV’s corseted dress

Where: 2024 Governor’s Ball

When: June 8

Trust pop star Sabrina Carpenter to bring flirty fashion to the stage. The “Espresso” singer put on a corseted mini dress to perform at this year’s star-studded Governor’s Ball on Saturday 8. Custom created by the Ukrainian label FROLOV — which has already dressed Sabrina on previous occasions — the baby yellow dress featured a flirty heart-shaped cutout, crystal embellishments and lace hemline. “Please, Please, Please,” we’re begging Sabrina and her stylist, Jason Bolden, to keep serving A-plus style. 

Rauw Alejandro’s Summer-Ready Fit 

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JUNE 07: Rauw Alejandro performs during the 2024 Governors Ball Music Festival at Flushing Meadows Corona Park on June 07, 2024 in New York City. (Photo by Niamh Murphy for EnVi Media)

What: Patterned suit 

Where: 2024 Governor’s Ball

When: June 7

Tan suits are in for the summer but “Santa” singer, Rauw Alejandro, has his own interpretation of summer-perfect dapper. On Friday 7, the Governor’s Ball headlining act stepped out in Flushing Meadows Corona Park dressed in a bright patterned suit. Paired with a simple tank top, a pair of orange-colored glasses and bling to spare, Rauw’s stripe set showcased his versatility and ability to deliver fashion statements all the time. 

Faouzia’s Stylish Homage to Whitney Houston

What: Bodycon dress by MARBL

Where: Chinese talent show Singer

When: June 7

Moroccan-Canadian singer Faouzia is not only challenging — and showing off! — her vocal ability on the Chinese talent show Singer but she is also demonstrating her top-tier style. On this week’s episode, Faouzia channeled Whitney Houston and covered her hit, “I Wanna Dance With Somebody.” Styled by celebrity stylist Benjamin Holtrop, the “Tears of Gold” singer performed in a white bodycon dress by MARBL. Faouzia paired her look with a chic pearl necklace and a curled hair updo that was totally giving Whitney Houston in her iconic 1994 Grammys look. And for that, Faouzia has a place on this list. 

P1Harmony’s Coordinated Festival Fashion 

What: Coordinated denim, tucker jackets and embroidered pieces

Where: 2024 Governor’s Ball

When: June 8

K-pop stars Keeho, Theo, Jiung, Intak, Soul, and Jongseob — collectively known as P1Harmony — made their Governor’s Ball debut on June 8. The group put a united front on stage, styled in coordinated sets featuring distressed denim, cargo pants, tank tops, embellished trucker jackets, white blazers accentuated with gradient effect details and a slew of silver jewelry ranging from chains and rings. And though there’s never a thing like a best dressed within a group of equally stylish men, we’re shouting out to Jongseob for making a case for monochrome — and gorgeously embellished — black outfits during summer.

ARTMS’ Y2K Virtual Angel 

What: Y2K style galore

Where: Show! MusicCore and Music Bank

When: June 7 and 8

K-pop quintet ARTMS — Heejin, Haseul, Kim Lip, Jinsoul, and Choerry — embraced Y2K for the promotions of their track “Virtual Angel,” which leads their first full-length album, <Dall>. A mix of pastel colors, textured fabrics, sequins and classic Y2K motifs like butterflies stood out in the group’s styling during this weekend’s televised performances at shows such as Show! MusicCore and Music Bank. To bring a modern touch, the coordinated looks were balanced with trendy items such as bows, coquette-leaning pieces, platform shoes and intricate nailart. The verdict? We can’t wait to see more of ARTMS’ hyperfeminine, Y2K-infused wardrobe soon. 

BGYO’s ‘90s Boyband Looks 

What: Slightly retro boyband fashion

Where: ABS-CBN’s It’s Showtime

When: June 8

P-pop stars BGYO are certified style icons so it comes as no surprise their latest music release, “Gigil,” has been accompanied by notable styling. Performing on ABS-CBN’s show, It’s Showtime, the quintet showcased their style dexterity with edgy, slightly retro looks. Hinting at the wardrobe of ‘90s and early aughts boybands, Akira, Gelo, JL, Mikki, and Nate stood on stage decked out in outfits featuring cargo pants, fitted tops, ringer T-shirts and a galore of Y2K reminiscent accessories such as bandanas, belt chains and fishnet gloves. We give this set of looks a solid 10. 

Anson Lo’s Monochromatic Ensemble

What: A total black look

Where: KKBOX Hong Kong Music Awards

When: June 1

There’s not a time Hong Kong star Anson Lo’s performances don’t double as a fashion show, but the “MONEY” singer looked particularly striking at the KKBOX Hong Kong Music Awards. Anson hit the stage in a total black look — a ribbed tank top paired with black trousers — masterfully accessorized with zipper details, chunky sole boots and belts. Further accentuating the masculine energy of the look, Anson sported a patent leather glove and silver jewelry. We can’t stop gushing about how Anson’s style seems to only better itself every time he stands on stage.  

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