Sir Lewis Hamilton rubs shoulders with Dua Lipa and NBA legend Dwyane Wade at Versace Show in Cannes | The Sun

SIR LEWIS HAMILTON rubbed shoulders with Dua Lipa and Dwyane Wade as he attended a Versace show in Cannes last night.

The Formula 1 superstar is passionate about fashion and looked stylish in a full black outfit.

The event was held to mark the launch of a collaboration between singing sensation Dua Lipa and veteran fashion designer Donnatella Versace.

Hamilton, 38, greeted old friend Donnatella by the pool, before being introduced to Dua Lipa.

He politely shook the 27-year-old's hand before kissing her on both cheeks.

Also present was Miami Heat icon Dwyane Wade.


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And later in the evening, Hamilton hung out with the three-time NBA champion.

The pair laughed together as they chatted at the lavish bash.

Hamilton will be back in action this weekend at the Monaco GP.

The seven-time world champion has been linked with a stunning move to Ferrari at the end of the season – with the Prancing Horse rumoured to be readying a £40m a year offer.

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Addressing Hamilton's future, Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff said: "These rumours come up every two years when we have to sign a new contract.

"But none of this is true. We discuss normally, without any time pressure.

"It's just uncomfortable that two friends, two blood brothers who have been through thick and thin for ten years, suddenly have to discuss money.

"I'm firmly convinced that we'll find each other, there's not a millimetre of doubt for me.

"I can't imagine anything else. If we give Lewis a competitive car, he will win for a long time. Look at Tom Brady and what he was still capable of in his 40s."

Hamilton is currently fourth in the F1 driver standings – already 63 points behind reigning world champion Max Verstappen.

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