This isn't the first time this summer that Grace Jones has worn a daring look

By Adam Carlson
Updated August 22, 2015 11:15 AM
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Grace Jones told fans they better “dress to impress” for her Friday night performance in Brooklyn – and it looks like she meant it.

Jones, 67, wore white paint and flesh-colored bottoms – as well as a hula-hoop, a mask and cape and two pieces of headwear – for her show at the Afropunk Fancy Dress Ball.

The “Pull Up to the Bumper” singer has been performing all throughout the summer, and this isn’t the first one at which she has worn a daring look this season.

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In June she performed at the Parklife festival, in Manchester, England, wearing white paint, a straw skirt and a headdress; and also donned a black suit with feathered gold skull mask.

(The skull mask appears to have made a repeat appearance on Friday.)

Then as now, the audience couldn’t get enough.