Doja Cat made headlines on Sunday after having had six outfit changes throughout the 2021 MTV VMAs.
However, the number of outfit changes isn’t what got people talking. The 25-year-old musician started the night off in an outfit designed by Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood.
Things quickly escalated as she donned a worm-like costume, dress while carrying a chair on her head and an interesting pair of shoes to end the night.
The star wore a number of conversation-sparking pieces; a ver dress, a Vivienne Westwood chair accessory and claw shoes designed by AVAVAV.
While Doja Cat looked comfortable in her look, her stylist revealed that she hardly adopted the worm look, designed by Thom Brown.
“Well that’s funny because [Doja] at first it was like, ‘I’m obsessed with this. I want to wear it. And then the day before the show she got a little nervous and she was like, ‘I don’t know if that’s true,’ “Brett Alan Nelson told Entertainment Tonight.” And then we had to show the day and I was like, ‘We have to do this look. And she said to me, ‘I know, it’s perfect.’ And this is another one that looks like the chair hat. Like Thom Browne, he’s another designer who can make art as beautiful as clothes. ”
Doja Cat isn’t the only celebrity wearing stunning outfits at a red carpet event.
Musician Bjork was ridiculed for her fashion choice at the 2001 Oscars. The star wore a now iconic swan dress designed by Marjan Pejoski.
Bjork revealed that the outfit was not worn as a publicity stunt but as a tribute to Busby Berkeley, a director.
“I don’t watch a lot of Hollywood movies, and being from Iceland, what happens there is pretty accidental,” Bjork said of the outfit, according to W Magazine. “Most of the Hollywood movies I watch are Busby Berkeley musicals and … what’s that movie called with all that swimming? Esther Williams, that sort of thing, so I thought it would be very fitting. to carry a swan. “
“I guess they don’t do these things anymore, right? But it was a tribute to Busby Berkeley and that kind of elegance.”
Rihanna turned heads in an abstract dress at the 2017 Met Gala. The musician donned a Comme des Garçons creation featuring floral-print fabrics arranged and sculpted like the petals of a flower.
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Lady Gaga made headlines in 2010 by accepting the award for Video of the Year at the MTV VMAs wearing a dress apparently made of meat. The dress was designed by Frank Fernandez and was Lady Gaga’s contribution to her protest against the “don’t ask, don’t tell” military policy.
“It’s certainly not a disrespect for anyone who is vegan or vegetarian,” Gaga told Ellen DeGeneres in a post-show interview at the time.
“As you know, I am the most judgment-free human being on Earth,” she explained. “There are a lot of interpretations, but for me tonight it’s [saying], ‘If we don’t stand up for what we believe in, if we don’t stand up for our rights, soon we will have as many rights as meat over our bones.’ “
Rita Ora walked the 2017 MTV EMA red carpet in a white bathrobe and matching hair towel. The look was designed by men’s clothing brand Palomo Spain.
Ora accessorized her look with diamond jewelry.
Katy Perry went above and beyond for the “Camp” theme at the 2019 Met Gala.
Perry wore a dazzled cheeseburger as a dress for an after party. The “Teenage Dream” singer’s look even involved a toothpick helmet. The entire look was designed by Moschino.
Billy Porter also adhered to the theme of the Met Gala 2019. The actor wowed as a “Sun God” wearing a jeweled catsuit and 10-foot wings. The awesome look was designed by The Blonds.
The “Cinderella” actor was even carried in the event on an Egyptian litter box by six shirtless men.
Lizzy Gardiner turned heads when she appeared at the 1995 Oscars wearing a dress made entirely of expired gold American Express cards.
The Australian designer wore the dress as she accepted the Oscar for Best Costume Design.
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