After an incredibly long wait, Ariana Grande released today her highly anticipated single “God Is a Woman” — the second hit from her forthcoming album “Sweetener” — and with it, a stunning music video that features the songstress in all her divine, almighty glory.
Directed by Dave Meyers, the video opens with a larger-than-life Grande in the eye of a milky way, standing on top of Earth and wearing a skin-tight bodysuit and a silver flared skirt, complete with metallic knee-high silver boots — boots that, as we soon discovered, were made specially for her by Tamara Mellon. The designer posted on Instagram that she took the brand’s Icon style — a classic streamlined boot with a slight slouch and a strong 4-inch stiletto heel that goes for $695 — and made it over in silver. “Should we put them into production?” Mellon asked in her caption. A chorus of yeses ensued.
The next scene cuts to a nude Grande languidly posing in a puddle of paint before switching into an astounding number of 17 outfits over the course of the 4-minute video. There she is unperturbed, sitting amid a cityscape in pale co-ords as angry mortals flick insults at her, or as an expecting