Cardi B Officially Won At Fashion Week And Here's Why

BY Sara AlHumiri / Oct 1 2019 / 16:30 PM

The American female rapper served us some of the weirdest but most wonderful looks from PFW 2019 - okurrrrrr...

Cardi B Officially Won At Fashion Week And Here's Why
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Cardi B is known for her quirky and wacky personality, be it in her music or stage presence during performances. But, most importantly, it's translated in her trendy outfits. This fashion week in particular, Cardi stepped out in Paris in several ensembles that most turned heads and made headlines.

The rapper came to the City Of Love prepared - with a suitcase full of statement pieces. Here are our favourites...


Cardi B in Richard Quinn

Head-to-toe in floral is a norm for a Parisian spring, but Cardi took the phrase very literally when wearing a complete floral ensemble piece by designer Richard Quinn. The multi-pieced outfit includes a belted overcoat, knee-length pleated skirt, gloves, high boots, a head wrap, and a face mask - all in limegreen, baby blue and lavender (softer shades to possibly tone down the look?) While her Instagram video shows that she can in fact, not, see anything through the face mask, the artist is still confidently strutting her stuff. This ensemble might just be a new take on modest-fashion and Cardi is setting the trend for next season.


Cardi B in Thom Browne

Giving us all the teacher vibes, Cardi B attends the Thom Browne show in the designer himself. The cushioned and textured fabrics that she wears as a blazer and pegged skirt adds to the uique shape that the outfit gives us. In a shade of light and dark grey, the distorted-shaped ensemble is paired by Dr. Cardi with clear round glasses and a large black leather tote bag to boot. We'll be attending The Scool Of Bodak Yellow now for further reference. 


Cardi B in Edda Gimnes

When Cardi brings the drama, she really means business. Her look in Norweigan designer, Edda Gimnes, is not your usual trendy animal-print. The rapper is dressed in yet another, head-to-toe ensemble; but this time it's patterened with multi-coloured animal print, a huge hat, and to keep it simple - fur. The artist has usually never been afraid to pull off knee-high boots, fur or a skin-tight body suit; but pulling them off all simultaneously for Paris Fashion Week is what Cardi herself would describe as 'on-fleek'.


Cardi B in Andrea Wazen & Nicolas Jebran

Another head-to-toe matching ensemble. It seems Cardi went with a theme for this Paris Fashion Week. The rapper rocks a spandex dramatic wrap dress with thigh-highs spandex boots - both in an Indigo/Violet purple shade. It's safe to say that this is the least 'extra' looks of the four (surprisingly enough). From runway to reality, the dress and boots are Nicolas Jebran, but the boots are a collaboration with Lebanese designer, Andrea Wazen. It looks like Cardi is repping Middle Eastern designers for this outfit, as she has done before.