American rapper Doja Cat defines art in many different ways. Her style, especially fashion, has evolved throughout her career, featuring looks from every point on the spectrum of crazy.
Recently, she raised mental health concerns amongst critics with a new look when she shaved off her hair and eyebrows. However, she clapped back at the media ridicule, suggesting it was nothing but a new style.
Fans agree that when it comes to fashion and her interpretation of beauty, she has proven time after time that there are no limitations or rules, and has left every fashion critic something to talk about.
Doja Cat Causes Fashion Show Buzz
Doja Cat is once again causing a buzz over social media for her costume at the Schiaparelli fashion show.
Make-up artist Pat McGrath, who covered her look for the event, said on her official Instagram account:
“It was an honour to collaborate with the incredibly gifted Doja Cat and Daniel Roseberry on the ‘Doja’s Inferno’ look for Schiaparelli's FW23 Haute Couture collection. Doja’s patience and commitment during the 4 hours and 58 minutes it took to create the look with team Pat McGrath and I, which was covered in over 30,000 hand-applied swarovski crystals, was truly inspiring. The final product was a magical, mesmerising masterpiece and a tribute to Doja Cat’s hard work and dedication.”
Social Media Love for Doja Cat's Style
Essence awards her high praise and a first place at the show:
.@Essence names @DojaCat’s amazing dress as the best look of the day at the Schiaparelli S/S 2023.— Doja Cat Stats (@DojaCatStats) January 23, 2023
“[…] She stole the show. The full monochrome look was complete with a red bustier and red skirt made of wooden beads — this is fashion”pic.twitter.com/MgOdRE9AEp
@notgwendalupe shares a collage of her fashion looks:
doja cat will eat up a fashion show look every time pic.twitter.com/Om5lwGzyrI— NOSTALGIA (@notgwendalupe) January 23, 2023
@muglare praises her ability to go beyond the norm, adding brilliance to her looks.
if it’s one thing doja cat gonna do during fashion week is use her brilliant mind followed up with an amazing team to create looks that go beyond just your regular beat face and outfit. each look comes with a lot of thought and for that I appreciate her looks ALWAYS pic.twitter.com/BoVAf9E3gX— DIDU (@muglare) January 23, 2023
One user commends her commitment to fashion.
Doja Cat fully committed to her Schiaparelli look, she looks like a piece of art!— Kea (@jacquemusx) January 23, 2023
Not All Buzz Was Positive
Though many applaud the inventiveness, not everyone “digs” the look.
good???? lmfao— Big Meesh (@BigM33sh) January 23, 2023
as a huge doja fan, this is disturbing 🤣
Another thinks she's just doing this to get attention:
Look at me! My music sucks so I gotta do something stupid to get attention. Entertainers are sooo entertaining— DoubleDee (@DenmarkDarrin) January 23, 2023
@mariwcj says it's not her favorite, but acknowledges the art: “It’s not my fave to be honest. That dress was… a choice. But congrats to her team, I guess. It must’ve taken hours!”
Someone else compares the look to a “period waterfall': “No hate on Doja Cat but this looks like a period waterfall.”
One user suggests celebrities are exploiting drag culture:
Celebrities tries to mimic drag. And they don't the credit they deserve @TheBiancaDelRio pic.twitter.com/mu98kdm3zC— Julie Amari Mallorca (@Julieliciousme) January 23, 2023
“Doja Cat is giving Lady Gaga,” @chromaticgaga says, posting a picture of both pop stars wearing similar costumes.
doja cat is giving lady gaga pic.twitter.com/9AgCxUSupr— asif 〄 (@chromaticgaga) January 23, 2023
And although, the look appears to be all the rage on social media, @m_thnian doesn't think enough people are talking about it.
Why no one talking about Doja Cat look 💀— Moo🐄 (@m_thnian) January 23, 2023
I’m speechless she’s a gorgeous😭😭 pic.twitter.com/Qz5RX4D6ZR
This article was produced and syndicated by Wealth of Geeks.
Boloere Seibidor, fondly called B.S. is a Nigerian-based writer and poet. Her favorite topics to cover include music, especially Hip-Hop, film, lifestyle, and fashion. She's been published by Feral Journal, Fantasy Magazine, The Temz Review, and most notably, Wealth of Geeks. She enjoys romantic dinners, movie nights, and touring new sites. When she's not writing, she's delving back in time to the underground world of Hip-Hop, watching TikTok, or visiting the cinema.