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Doja Cat’s ‘Inferno’ Featured Artfully Painted and Bedecked with 30,000 Crystals at Haute Couture Week

24 January 2023, Tuesday
On Monday, Doja Cat made a splash as she turned up to Schiaparelli's latest runway show with a show-stopping head-to-toe look featuring red body paint and an impressive 30,000 Swarovski crystals. The ensemble was custom-made by the fashion house's head designer Daniel Roseberry, and it took a team of makeup artists headed by Pat McGrath nearly five hours to finish it up.

The Petit Palais in Paris provided a sensational backdrop for Schiaparelli's Couture Spring-Summer 2023 show, which was the very first event of the biannual Haute Couture Week. Named "Inferno Couture," the label's latest collection was influenced by Dante's "Inferno" and the nine circles of hell, as articulated in Roseberry's show notes. To mark the beginning of the show, a notable singer made their grand arrival.

On Monday, Pat McGrath, the makeup artist, wrote on social media about Doja Cat's devilish outfit which was made up of a silk bustier, a skirt with lacquered wooden beads and a pair of red boots. McGrath referred to the look as "Doja's Inferno". A behind-the-scenes timelapse video was also posted by McGrath which showed her team adorning Doja Cat with thousands of crystals and painting her skin.

McGrath praised the singer's "sublime patience" as "inspiring" in a caption for another video, while Roseberry, who in 2019 became the first American to lead a French couture house, posted a picture of himself with Doja Cat to Instagram, giving tribute to the makeup artist's "genius".

Doja Cat showed up to the show accompanied by Brett Alan Nelson, her stylist, who was wearing a coordinating red suit and a long coat from Vetements. She then went to the front row right next to Kylie Jenner, who had turned heads in a strapless black velvet dress with an enormous faux lion head. As part of Schiaparelli's "faux-taxidermy," other animal head outfits were displayed- featuring Naomi Campbell and Irina Shayk in the catwalk.

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