Oliver Tolentino Dresses Cee Lo Green in Latest Music Instruments Video Grammy-winning and fashion-forward artist Cee Lo Green has picked Filipino fashion designer Oliver Tolentino to create outfits for his latest Music Instruments video “I Want You” off The Lady Killer album, which has sold almost , copies their U.S. Cee Lo had the biggest hit yr with the song popularly known as “Forget You,” and has become referred to as the male fashion version of Lady Gaga ever since his days as half of Gnarls Barkley.
He most recently performed at the Grammys in an outrageous outfit with Gwyneth Paltrow standing on his piano. Oliver first met with the video director at his Melrose Avenue boutique and then was taken to the involving NBC TV show “The Voice” to meet vocalist. Cee Lo is a judge on the show which debuts yesterday. Other judges are Christina Aguilera, Adam trombone Levine, and Blake Shelton. Backstage Oliver presented his ideas and won Cee Lo’s approval. Oliver created dramatic outfits for Cee Lo and all the dresses for the video’s “princess,” model Ivey Mansel.
Cee Lo’s first outfit is a robin egg blue suit embellished with embroidery and Swarovski crystals. It features a “furry” overcoat made of Philippine raw silk cocoon. Cee Lo’s second outfit is really a bright red suit embellished with gold embroidery, beads, and Swarovski crystals. Within the Liberace-inspired cape of peacock fabric and gold embelleshment. The video was shot Easter weekend in Las vegas, nevada at Caesars Palace with Oliver on the set to ensure everything went smoothly. The video airdate hasn’t been announced yet. Oliver has dressed many Hollywood celebrities, including attendees at this year’s Oscars, Golden Globes, and Grammys.
He already has dressed Grammy winners, Emmy winner, an Image Award winner, and may be worn on national TV in the U.S. Last month, Oliver received a standing ovation as “Designer of the Week” at Fashion Week El Paseo in Palm Springs before + visitors. In May, he will represent the Philippines in Hong Kong with a gown associated with recyclable materials and content. Also in May, the director and star of “Busong” will wear his barongs at the Cannes Film Festival. Oliver will be based out of his Makati boutique for your month of May as a way to attend several press events in Parts of asia.