her sophomore album in style.
The “Drivers License” singer, who released her second album “Guts” last week, kept the party going in New York City Saturday night.
“thank u guys 4 all the luv!!!!! 😎🤘🏼❤️😉😎,” she captioned a photo dump on Instagram.
The carousel post showed her standing on a couch in a vintage mini skirt and posing with her producer Dan Nigro at Italian hot spot Via Carota.
Rodrigo, 20, stunned in the sparkling gold skirt and a midriff-baring, long-sleeve white top from Todd Oldham’s spring 1995 collection.
The iconic mid-’90s collection has been going viral on TikTok in recent months, thanks in part to models Shalom Harlow and Amber Valletta, who wore the top and skirt on the catwalk.
The “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” alum’s stylist, Jared Ellner, later revealed Oldham himself loaned the legendary pieces to the pop singer.
“Thank you Todd for letting us borrow these pieces 💛 and congratulations olivia,” Ellner wrote via Instagram Sunday.
Earlier in the day, Rodrigo spoke to the “Today” show’s Willie Geist about why she has no plans to reveal who inspired her album’s lead single, “Vampire.”
“I think explanation is never good for art,” she said.
“Why would I pigeonhole a song into being about this one thing in my life, when everyone has their own interpretation?” she continued.
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“It just makes me feel less alone in my feelings when I write this song about some specific instance where I felt this really strong way. And then I look out into the crowd and I see some girl who felt exact same way. It just makes me realize that we’re all so much more alike than we are different.”
Fans previously theorized that the song was about Rodrigo’s idol, Taylor Swift.
The former Disney Channel star had been a very vocal supporter of the “Lavender Haze” singer until July 2021 when she gave Swift a songwriting credit on her track “Deja Vu.”
She previously revealed the song was loosely inspired by Swift’s hit, “Cruel Summer,” however she has since been forced to split 50 percent of the royalties with the “Bad Blood” songstress and her co-writers Jack Antonoff and St. Vincent.
“It’s one of my favorite songs ever. I love like the yelly vocals in it, like the harmonized yells that she does, I think they’re like super electric and moving, so I wanted to do something like that,” Rodrigo told Rolling Stone at the time.
The “Good 4 U” singer also played coy when asked point-blank whether Swift inspired the lyrics of “Vampire.”
“How do I answer this?” she said in an interview with the Guardian last week.
“I mean, I never want to say who any of my songs are about. I’ve never done that before in my career and probably won’t,” she added.