Cardi B Wears Curve-Hugging Dress at Schiaparelli Show in Paris

Cardi B had all eyes on her on the Schiaparelli fall/winter 2024 present throughout Haute Couture Week in Paris on Monday, July 3. 

The 30-year-old rapper regarded like a strolling murals in a waist-cinching black robe. The ground-length velvet quantity clung to Cardi’s curves and featured a gold lining on the bodice. She teamed the garment with an enormous textured coat. The New York native accessorized with chunky bangle bracelets and dangling pearl-adorned earrings. On her ft, the hitmaker opted for metallic platform heels.  

Probably the most standout facet of Cardi’s ensemble, nevertheless, was her black velvet hat — which gave the impression to be impressed by swim caps from the Nineteen Fifties and Sixties. The piece shielded the “Up” artist’s locks and drew consideration to her golden glam. For make-up, Cardi opted for a dramatic cat eye, bronze cheeks and a shiny lip. 

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On the subject of Schiaparelli, Hollywood’s largest names go all out. In January, on the vogue home’s spring/summer season 2023 present, Doja Cat pulled off a glance to recollect when she stepped out in head-to-toe purple paint that was lined with crimson Swarovski crystals. The shimmering jewels adorned each inch of the 27-year-old “Say So” songstress’ physique together with her eyelids, lips, chest and arms. The pinnacle-turning beat was delivered to life by Pat McGrath, who used over 30,000 gems through hand-application.

 “It was an honor to collaborate with the extremely gifted @DojaCat and @DanielRoseberry on ‘Doja’s Inferno’ search for @Schiaparelli’s FW23 Haute Couture assortment,” the wonder guru, 57, wrote through Instagram on the time. 

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McGrath defined the make-up took “4 hours and 58 minutes” to create and counseled the “Guidelines” singer’s “endurance and dedication.” She added: “The ultimate product was a magical, mesmerizing masterpiece and a tribute to Doja Cat’s exhausting work and dedication.” 

Cardi’s Monday outing marks her first main vogue occasion for the reason that Met Gala on Could 1. That night, the Grammy winner introduced the sting in a black bumble robe from Chenpeng Studio. The statuesque design was lined in protruding roses and was completed with a pearl-covered corset. Cardi, who rocked silver hair on the purple carpet, teamed the piece with a sleeveless button-up and a black velvet tie.  

Her outfit nailed the ball’s “Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Magnificence” theme — which highlighted** the late designer’s signature work with Chanel and past – because of its black and white building and preppy vibe.