Doja Cat has officially won Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week and it only took 30k Swarovski crystals, red body paint, a curly moustache and a crystal bra to seal it. 

The singer, real name Amalia Dlamin, 27, proved to be a head-turner as she wore a series of wild looks that couldn’t exactly be worn down the supermarket. 

The most striking of all was her Schiaparelli look which she wore on Monday, which saw her covered in head-to-toe red body paint. 

Doja Cat WINS Paris Fashion Week! It took 30k Swarovski crystals, red body paint, a curly moustache and a crystal bra to make the singer purrfect for the Haute Couture FROW 

Inspector gadget: She ensured all eyes were on her at Viktor & Rolf's Haute Couture show, (left) for Paris Fashion Week, before sporting a dramatically different look to Valentino's showcase

World's apart: The singer sported a dramatically different look to Valentino's showcase

Inspector gadget: She ensured all eyes were on her at Viktor & Rolf’s Haute Couture show, (left) for Paris Fashion Week, before sporting a dramatically different look to Valentino’s showcase

30,000 red Swarovski crystals were painstakingly applied to her body and the outfit – which took five hours to perfect – also featured a red satin corset along with a lavishly beaded skirt and knee-high boots. 

Make-up artist Pat McGrath told Vogue: ‘Collaborating with the incomparably talented Doja Cat and Daniel Roseberry was an absolute pleasure,’ 

‘Her patience and dedication as she sat with Team Pat McGrath and I for four hours and 58 minutes to achieve the creation, covered in over 30,000 hand-applied Swarovski crystals, was truly inspiring.’ 

It's a full time job: Doja changed once again into blue PVC trench coat and matching pencil dress for Jean Paul Gaultier's show

It’s a full time job: Doja changed once again into blue PVC trench coat and matching pencil dress for Jean Paul Gaultier’s show 

Schiaparelli was founded in 1927 by it’s Elsa Schiaparelli – the fashion house is known for its surrealist creations and this years show was inspired by Dante.

However, the catwalk show courted controversy when animal heads worn on dresses were mistaken for taxidermy. 

On Wednesday, Doja channelled Salt Bae vibes when she attended the Viktor And Rolf show wearing a fake curly moustache and eyebrows. 

Style: Her Schiaparelli creation featured a red satin corset along with a lavishly beaded skirt and knee-high boots - she had 30k Swarovski crystals applied and sat in make-up for five hours

Strut: She strutted her stuff in knee-high red boots

Style: Her Schiaparelli creation featured a red satin corset along with a lavishly beaded skirt and knee-high boots – she had 30k Swarovski crystals applied and sat in make-up for five hours

Incredible: Make-up Artist Pat McGrath told Vogue: 'Collaborating with the incomparably talented Doja Cat and Daniel Roseberry was an absolute pleasure'

Incredible: Make-up Artist Pat McGrath told Vogue: ‘Collaborating with the incomparably talented Doja Cat and Daniel Roseberry was an absolute pleasure’

Out of this world: Schiaparelli was founded in 1927 by it's Elsa Schiaparelli - the fashion house is known for its surrealist creations - (pictured, Irina Shayk on the catwalk, left)

Wild: The catwalk show courted controversy when animal heads worn on dresses were mistaken for taxidermy - (pictured, Kylie Jenner)

Out of this world: Schiaparelli was founded in 1927 by it’s Elsa Schiaparelli – the fashion house is known for its surrealist creations  – (pictured, Irina Shayk on the catwalk, left)

The look was actually a nod to one half of the brand’s designer, Viktor Horsting. 

She continued the masculine look with a dramatic beige pinstripe suit complete with a  frilly green and white shirt – frills are synonymous with the brand’s aesthetic. 

It was a busy day for Doja who famously shaved her head recently but wore a very long and  sleek black wig to attend a Valentino photocall. 

Quirky: In the mood of couture, the singer, 27, again made a bold statement as she arrived at the Viktor & Rolf show with stick on eyebrows, a moustache and goatee - a far cry from her usual look (R)

Quite the change: Doja's usual look I(pictured last January)

Quirky: In the mood of couture, the singer, 27, again made a bold statement as she arrived at the Viktor & Rolf show with stick on eyebrows, a moustache and goatee – a far cry from her usual look (R) 

Hirsuit(s) you! Doja's facial hair was actually a nod to one half of the brand's designer, Viktor Horsting, (left)

Hirsuit(s) you! Doja’s facial hair was actually a nod to one half of the brand’s designer, Viktor Horsting, (left) 

Unusual: Doja's interesting look somewhat mirrored Viktor and Rolf's unusual catwalk where models carried the dresses

Unusual: Doja’s interesting look somewhat mirrored Viktor and Rolf’s unusual catwalk where models carried the dresses 

Different: Ballgowns were paraded on the runway while models wore corseted underwear

Different: Ballgowns were paraded on the runway while models wore corseted underwear 

She was sporting bleached eyebrows and teased a hint of her washboard abs in a black jewelled bra. 

Her look was completed with a black mini skirt and a matching longline jacket.  

After that, she switched up her look for an 80s blue leather creation by Jean Paul Gaultier which was belted at the waist. 

She wore sunglasses with black tights and shoes as her evening came to a close. 

Change: Within hours Doja arrived at Valentino in an ab-flashing all black ensemble and sleek long wig

Fashionista: It was a quick change for Doja Cat who had earlier sported a buzzcut, fake moustache and stick on eyebrows as she arrived to the show with a whole new look

Change: Within hours Doja arrived at Valentino in an ab-flashing all black ensemble and sleek long wig

All in the details: Doja opted for a dramatic hand handbag  with piercing gold nails and long evening gloves

All in the details: Doja opted for a dramatic hand handbag  with piercing gold nails and long evening gloves 

Having a blast: The songstress completed her look with a black miniskirt, tights and platform heels

Having a blast: The songstress completed her look with a black miniskirt, tights and platform heels 

Collection showcase: Beads and stripes also hit the catwalk

Collection showcase: Beads and stripes also hit the catwalk

Collection showcase: Beads and stripes also hit the catwalk 

Hell for leather: Doja was the talk of the town as she headed to the show in what was her third outfit change of the day as she headed to Jean Paul Gaultier's show

Talk of  the town: The songstress appeared to be lapping up the attention

Hell for leather: Doja was the talk of the town as she headed to the show in what was her third outfit change of the day as she headed to Jean Paul Gaultier’s show

New look: Doja seemed to change faster than the models on the catwalk after arriving to Jean Paul Gaultier in all blue

New look: Doja seemed to change faster than the models on the catwalk after arriving to Jean Paul Gaultier in all blue



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