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Doja Cat rocks up to Viktor & Rolf’s Paris Fashion Week show with fake moustache

Doja Cat continues to push fashion boundaries as she rocks to the Viktor & Rolf show in Paris sporting a fake mustache and raised brows following a quirky 30,000 red crystal look

Earlier this week, she attended the Schiaparelli show in head-to-toe red body paint with 30,000 Swarovski crystals.

And Doja Cat made sure all eyes were back on her when she attended Viktor & Rolf’s Haute Couture show for Paris Fashion Week on Wednesday.

In the mood of couture, the singer, 27, made another bold statement as she arrived sporting eyebrows, a mustache and a goatee.

Inspector Gadget: Doja Cat got all eyes back on her when she attended Viktor & Rolf’s Haute Couture show for Paris Fashion Week

Doja turned heads with her quirky androgynous look as she rocked up in high-waisted pinstripe pants and a matching oversized jacket that engulfed her slim body.

She paired the two-piece suit with a green and white striped ruffled blouse, white heels, and donned a few blue-tinted shades for good measure.

Rocking a shaved buzzcut, silver earrings, Doha appeared in her element as she posed on a grand staircase.

Quirky: In the mood of couture, the singer, 27, made another bold statement as she arrived with stick on eyebrows, a mustache and a goatee

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

Quirky: In the mood of couture, the singer, 27, made another bold statement as she arrived with eyebrows, a mustache and a goatee — quite a difference from her usual look (R)

Walk this way: Doja turned heads with her quirky androgynous look as she rocked up in high-waisted pinstripe pants and a matching oversized jacket that engulfed her slim body

Walk this way: Doja turned heads with her quirky androgynous look as she rocked up in high-waisted pinstripe pants and a matching oversized jacket that engulfed her slim body

Interesting: She paired the two piece suit with a green and white striped blouse with ruffles, white heels and donned some blue-tinted shades for good measure

Interesting: She paired the two piece suit with a green and white striped blouse with ruffles, white heels and donned some blue-tinted shades for good measure

Interesting: Doja bleached her eyebrows and added a fake mustache to her Inspector Gadget look

Interesting: Doja bleached her eyebrows and added a fake mustache to her Inspector Gadget look

It comes after Doja turned heads in head-to-toe red body paint and completed the bold look by covering her body in 30,000 Swarovski crystals.

The outfit — which took five hours to perfect — also included a red satin corset, lavishly beaded skirt and knee-high boots.

Doja – real name Amalia Dlamini – added drama to the look that was already there with a long scarf and big ruby ​​earrings.

Striking: The singer attended the Schiaparelli show earlier this week in head-to-toe red body paint with 30,000 Swarovski crystals

Striking: The singer attended the Schiaparelli show earlier this week in head-to-toe red body paint with 30,000 Swarovski crystals

Schiaparelli was founded in 1927 by Elsa Schiaparelli, now known for his unconventional themes. The label is worn by Beyoncé and Kim Kardashian, among others.

Make-up artist Pat McGrath told Vogue: ‘Working with the incomparably talented Doja Cat and Daniel Roseberry has been an absolute pleasure’

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

At last year’s Paris Fashion Week, the hitmaker made a memorable appearance after dyeing herself gold for the AWAKE Fashion show.

Senstaional: Doja ¿ real name Amalia Dlamini ¿ added extra drama to the look that was already there with a long scarf and big ruby ​​earrings

Senstaional: Doja — real name Amalia Dlamini — added drama to the already existing look with a long scarf and big ruby ​​earrings

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