Doja Cat Makes Waves With Mind-Bending Paris Fashion Week Look

Doja Cat took the inspiration for Schiaparelli Haute Couture’s vogue present, Dante’s “Inferno,” and ran with it.

The “Say So” singer pulled as much as the Paris Trend Week present on Monday in a jaw-dropping top-to-toe pink look dropped at life by superstar make-up artist Pat McGrath.

In accordance to McGrath, it took 30,000 hand-applied Swarovski crystals and almost 5 hours to create the “magical, mesmerising masterpiece of glowing brilliance.” The star’s pink physique paint and crystal-encrusted pores and skin was paired with a pink silk bustier, pink knee-high boots and a textured skirt coated in crimson beads.

Doja Cat on the Schiaparelli Haute Couture vogue present Monday throughout Paris Trend Week.

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Whereas the singer’s look stood out (to say the least), it was additionally consistent with the present’s idea. Based on the gathering’s notes, the Spring-Summer season 2023 present was influenced by Dante Alighieri’s “The Divine Comedy” ― a three-part poem about Dante’s journey via hell, purgatory and heaven ― and makes an attempt to blur the strains between the actual and the unreal.

The ensemble evoked blended reactions on social media. Many praised it as a daring murals whereas others felt it resembled, uh, different issues:

Kylie Jenner, in the meantime, additionally took a threat with a novel Schiaparelli look, which later appeared on the runway. She attended the present with an enormous (faux) lion’s head set on the shoulder of a black costume.

That, too, sparked heated dialogue on-line:

Although Jenner’s earned her some “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” jokes ― she, too, was channeling the gathering.

Daniel Roseberry, Schiaparelli’s creative director, mentioned he took direct inspiration from a few of Dante’s “most arresting photos.”

“The leopard, the lion, and the she-wolf — representing lust, pleasure, and avarice, respectively — discover kind right here in spectacular faux-taxidermy creations, constructed solely by hand, from foam, resin, and different artifical supplies,” he wrote.