Janelle Monae wows in latex dress with fishnet stockings as she steps out in NYC



Janelle Monae wows in latex dress with fishnet stockings as she steps out in NYCBy Ashleigh Gray For Dailymail.Com Published: 22:08 EDT, 18 April 2022 | Updated: 22:17 EDT, 18 April 2022 Janelle Monae was dressed to the nines as she stepped out in New York City on Monday to promote her new book.The 36-year-old singer-songwriter donned a latex white dress and fishnet stockings underneath a black and white coat.She was headed to CBS Mornings where she discussed her debut literary work, The Memory Librarian: And Other Stories of Dirty Computer. Sharp: Janelle Monae was dressed to the nines as she stepped out in New York City on Monday to promote her new bookUnderneath a black hat the songstress rocked long blonde braids, and she wore a pair of dark-tinted circular sunglasses.She swiped on bright red lipstick, which picked up the touch of red underneath the collar of her dress. The collar itself was black, which matched the trimming on the sleeves, and the dress hugged Janelle’s petite 5ft frame.The miniature frock cinched at the waist and flared out toward the bottom, showing off her garter-like tights.  The 36-year-old singer-songwriter donned a latex white dress and fishnet stockings underneath a black and white coatThe longtime musician, known for her nearly-exclusively black and white wardrobe, commanded attention in her color blocked trench coat.She finished the look with a pair of Mary Jane style patent leather Christian Louboutin platform heels.Monae carried a small glossy black handbag with subtle stud detailing as she made her way to the morning show. Signature look: The longtime musician, known for her nearly-exclusively black and white wardrobe, commanded attention in her color blocked trench coat Bright lip: She swiped on bright red lipstick, which picked up the touch of red underneath the collar of her dressWhile on CBS Mornings the first-time author talked about the inspiration behind her Harper Collins-published debut. The collection of fictional essays was created in collaboration with various other writers.It’s an extension of her album Dirty Computer, which was released back in 2018, and explores themes of ‘queerness, race, gender plurality and love.’In her interview she noted the book ‘really does embrace hope.’On Monday night the performer appeared at Brooklyn Academy of Music to have a conversation about the collection of writings.The Memory Librarian goes on sale in the US on Tuesday, April 19.  Talk show guest: While on CBS Mornings the first-time author talked about the inspiration behind her Harper Collins-published debut Coming soon: The Memory Librarian goes on sale in the US on Tuesday, April 19
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