MIAMI (CBSMiami) – As an opera singer, Radmila Lolly is used to hitting the high notes with ease, but these days she’s scoring points for her court couture, wearing her own Miami Heat ballgowns custom-built for the playoffs.
The dresses, made from 14 Miami Heat jerseys, recently caught the eye of many Heat fans.
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Red was finished two years ago but COVID closed it.
“I wore it for game one and game two,” Lolly said.
“It was an instant hit and it went viral,” CBS4’s Lisa Petrillo said.
“Yes, I was very surprised, but I was happy that it was very positive. People are so nice. If I can inspire even one person, that means everything,” he said. she stated.
Radmila, who came to the United States 17 years ago, made a splash as a classically trained soprano. She mixes it up by singing pop and hip hop.
She is a fashion designer with her brand called Eltara Casata, she wears a look today.
“So you have multiple careers going on,” Petrillo said. “I call myself a storyteller and I feel like what we wear is our story and what we sing is our story,” she said.
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Her history with the Miami Heat was love at first sight, she became a subscriber in 2019.
“I fell in love from the first game. It was a pre-season game. I was like yeah, it’s like the music. You have a team that’s like an orchestra. You have string players, who are the wind instruments. For me, when everyone asks me who my favorite players are, it’s hard to answer, because it’s a team. You need each other,” she said. declared.
Radmila actually performed the national anthem in January of this year during a Heat game.
As she models her white home game dress for us, she says she won’t be making a second appearance on Tuesday night, which will be revealed later.
But she’ll tell you that in the end, her Miami Heat will win.
“I think, I think we’re definitely going to win and I think maybe it’s six games away. Six games. I was hoping for 4, but I’m going to give it 6,” she said.
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All eyes will be on the scoreboard for Tuesday’s big game, but for those watching the Eastern Conference Finals, the glamor is sure to come from those courtside seats.