Doja Cat Covers Entire Body In 30,000 Swarovski Crystals At Paris Fashion Week

Doja Cat Paris Fashion Week
Rapper and singer Doja Cat made headlines at the Schiaparelli show during Paris Fashion Week after she stepped out covered in red paint and sparkling red crystals.

Doja Cat’s new look featured 30,000 Swarovski crystals on her entire head, face, chest, and arms. According to the official Schiaparelli Instagram account, the artist’s ensemble also included a red silk faille bustier, a hand-knitted skirt with lacquered wooden beads, and toe boots.

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Doja Cat Paris Fashion Week

Doja Cat’s look was created with the help of Pat McGrath, the celebrity makeup artist. He shared on social media that the process involved 30,000 crystals and took nearly five hours to complete.

McGrath wrote, “The final product was a magical, mesmerising masterpiece of sparkling brilliance”.

He also praised Doja Cat for her “patience and dedication” as it took the entire team 4 hours and 58 minutes to achieve the look.

McGrath also shared a time-lapse video which showed the application process, which began by placing a wig cap on the artist before applying the red colour and crystals.

The singer’s all-red look included a red gown with a beaded skirt from the fashion house.

Earlier, the artist had spoken about how she was known for being experimental and bold with her fashion choices. Doja Cat mentioned that she was called out by a middle school administrator for her “colourful, attention-grabbing themed ensembles”.

She heard comments like, “Nobody wants to see that. Why do you dress like this? What’s the point of dressing like this? You’re such a distraction.”

Doja Cat said, “I never liked the way I looked. I didn’t feel like I fit in. I felt like I stuck out all the time, and I didn’t like it.”

Paris Fashion Week

Controversy sparked after Kylie Jenner showed up wearing an ultra-realistic lion head at Paris fashion week. The Schiaparelli gown was made of “foam, wool and silk faux fur” and was painted to look life-like and realistic.

The brand added that no aminals were harmed in making this look.

However, several netizens did not see the disclaimer and mistook the lion head for a real piece of taxidermy.

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