See Maggie Rogers Get Ready for Ralph Lauren’s Spring 2023 Show


“I’ve at all times loved dressing for the stage,” Maggie Rogers tells “There’s a lot playfulness and movement—it’s such a creative place to take into consideration texture and ways it might probably amplify the music.” Though the singer didn’t technically perform at Ralph Lauren’s spring 2023 show last night, she did placed on a sartorial show of sorts. Wearing a black three-piece suit by the designer, Rogers attended the highly anticipated collection reveal at The Huntington Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California along with her BFF and college roommate in tow—but not before preparing with some loud music (courtesy of Fred Again and Run The Jewels) and help from her glam squad, makeup artist Karo Kangas and stylist Kat Typaldos.

In terms of red carpet appearances, Rogers admits she still gets nervous; but, like performing onstage, she thoroughly enjoys “bringing that creativity to life in a more elevated way.” It doesn’t hurt to wear something especially fabulous, either. “I feel so confident on this full suit,” she adds. “It feels classic, elegant, and timeless.” Growing up, Rogers was at all times “really specific about clothes” and focused on the small print. “Whether it was the sock I used to be wearing or the shirt, it needed to feel good,” she says. She cites Amanda Bynes in What a Girl Wants as her important style inspiration, for the best way her character within the 2003 cult classic mixes vintage finds with designer pieces. “I need my clothes to feel like they serve a moment or purpose.” They definitely did this time.

Keep scrolling to see how Rogers got ready for Ralph Lauren’s big West Coast event.

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I’ve loved Ralph Lauren for therefore long—I can’t wait for the show tonight.

I selected a classic suit look that feels very powerful, timeless, and chic.

Talking shit/spilling tea with Karo.

My makeup look is easy skin with a glam dramatic eye.

Someone definitely pre-tied this tie for me…

Working on that pose, I suppose. Red carpets will at all times make me nervous, but mirror practice at all times helps.

Before last looks, we test the makeup with a flash on a camera to see the way it’ll look on the carpet.

Kat with the ultimate touch and I’m on my way!

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