After parading a series of fashionable outfits during Paris Fashion Week, the then 23-year-old singer continued her winning style streak in London.
Selena Gomez wears her hair in curls as she arrives at BBC Radio 1 Studios in London on March 11, 2016 (Credit: Will Alexander / WENN)
Who wrote the song Who Says by Selena Gomez?
Released in March 2011, as the lead single from When the Sun Goes Down, the third and final studio album by American band Selena Gomez & the Scene, the song Who Says was written by Emanuel Kiriakou and Priscilla Renea.
When the song was released on March 14, 2011, Selena Gomez was 18 years old. She turned 19 on July 22, 2011. The song was recorded when she was 16.
In an interview with E! Online in March 2011, Selena denied the song is about Justin Bieber.
Selena Gomez’s song Who Says was written by Emanuel Kiriakou (L) and Priscilla Renea (Credit: Judy Eddy / WENN / Derrick Salters)
“The message for me personally is that…I feel that girls my age tend to question themselves a lot. They tend to dress and be what other people want them to be. I feel that everyone wants to follow the trends and what’s ‘cool’ and eventually, at the end of the day when you strip all of that down, are you really proud of yourself and comfortable in your skin?”
“There are moments every day when I feel insecure and not good enough. I hope that the song really inspires my fans to embrace who they are,” she added about the meaning of Who Says.
In June 2017, Selena told Elvis Duran and the Morning Show that Who Says is her favorite song.
“I’m always honest with you guys, I think in the beginning I don’t really know what a 15 or 15-year-old was going to be talking about,” Selena said.
Selena Gomez says Who Says is still her favorite song (Credit: C.M. Wiggins / WENN)
“There wasn’t enough experience for me to understand what these words I was saying were gonna have meaning or weight. My favorite song, one of the favorite songs that I’ve ever done is still ‘Who Says,’ which I recorded when I was 16. Because of the message, that’s what I felt like I wanted to give my fan base and other than that, I don’t really know what I was doing.”
“I think I was just figuring out my voice and figuring out what was comfortable,” she added. “It wasn’t until ‘The Heart Wants What It Wants’ that I had that moment where it clicked, where I realized there was such freedom in me being honest with where I was.”
“It’s like a yearbook,” she said. “You look at the pictures and you’re like, I thought I looked so good and I did not! So it’s like that feeling a little bit.”
Ricardo Joel Gomez’s daughter upped her game in the fashion stakes as she was seen rocking not one, not two, but three chic ensembles while doing press in the British capital. All eyes were on Selena when she arrived at the BBC Radio 1 studios.
Selena Gomez poses for photos with fans in a Louis Vuitton coat (Credit: Will Alexander / WENN)
She looked smart in a beige Louis Vuitton Fall 2015 coat, which she wore over a bright red off-the-shoulder ribbed top by Jacquemus and a pair of wide-leg Celine trousers.
The “Same Old Love” hitmaker sported minimal makeup and hid her eyes behind a pair of Celine sunglasses. She tied her look together with pair of pumps in cream hue by Celine. and wore her long brunette tresses down in glamorous curls.
Selena Gomez wears Celine glasses and pants as she arrives at the BBC Radio 1 studios (Credit: Will Alexander / WENN)
After her appearance on “The Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw,” Selena swapped her three-piece outfit for a showstopping ensemble from Marni’s Spring 2016 collection.
Selena Gomez changes into a red, black, and white Marni ensemble (Credit: Will Alexander / WENN)
She was hard to ignore in the red, white, and navy number, comprised of a sleeveless turtleneck top with a sequined graphic design and a skirt with a square split in the center.
Selena Gomez flashes a hint of leg in a Marni ensemble (Credit: Will Alexander / WENN)
She wore the same heels as well as the same makeup and hairstyle as earlier in the day.
Selena Gomez leaves the BBC Radio 1 Studios in a Marni top and skirt (Credit: Will Alexander / WENN)
Selena later returned to Langham hotel and traded her Marni ensemble for a simple yet stunning black dress from British designer Victoria Beckham’s Pre-Fall 2016 collection.
Selena Gomez changes outfits yet again to a Victoria Beckham midi dress (Credit: Mario Mitsis / WENN)
Taylor Swift’s good friend made an appearance at Capital FM studios wearing the midi dress that fit her like a glove.
Selena Gomez shows off her cleavage in a Victoria Beckham dress (Credit: Mario Mitsis / WENN)
It featured a cleavage-baring plunging neckline and intricate embroidery in royal blue color on each side.
Selena Gomez leaves the Langham hotel in an embroidered dress (Credit: Mario Mitsis / WENN / Tony Oudot)
Selena’s Celine pumps proved to be very versatile as they complemented each of her three outfits.
Selena Gomez’s feet in cream-colored Celine pumps (Credit: Mario Mitsis / WENN)
They are made of cream patent leather and feature black leather slingback straps with buckle fastenings and about 3.75-inch block heels.
Selena Gomez’s feet in slingback Celine pumps (Credit: Mario Mitsis / WENN)
Unfortunately, we can no longer find these Celine pumps, which are from the Fall/Winter 2014-2015 collection.