- Cardi B stepped out at Paris Fashion Week on Sunday wearing a gray padded suit created by designer Thom Browne.
- On Instagram, the rapper compared her outfit to clothes a teacher might wear.
- To complete the look, she donned glasses, a $2,421 pair of platform heels, and carried a $41,000 handbag made from alligator skin. Both the heels and handbag were designed by Thom Browne.
- Earlier in the week, Cardi B turned heads when she posed in front of the Eiffel Tower wearing a floral ensemble that completely covered her face.
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Cardi B stole the show at Paris Fashion Week on Sunday.
While attending the Thom Browne Womenswear Spring/Summer 2020 show, the rapper stepped out wearing a gray ensemble created by the designer. She wore a gray suit jacket with padded shoulders, sleeves, and hips, as well as a matching padded skirt.
The outfit was originally created by Thom Browne as part of his Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear collection.
To complete the look, Cardi added three accessories designed by Thom Browne: platform heels, an oversized handbag, and gold-rimmed glasses.
At the time of writing, her Oxford-style heels are sold out. However, an Instagram that documents the rapper’s outfits, called Cardi B Closet, says the shoes previously cost $2,421. Her alligator-skin handbag, on the other hand, is still available to purchase from Thom Browne for $41,000.
Earlier in the week, Cardi B also turned heads when she posed in front of the Eiffel Tower wearing a floral ensemble that completely covered her face.
—iamcardib (@iamcardib) September 28, 2019
The outfit was designed by London-based designer Richard Quinn as part of his Autumn/Winter 2019 collection.
After sharing a video of herself wearing the outfit on Instagram, some people called out the fact that while Cardi was seemingly allowed to wear the ensemble, Muslim women who wear face-covering niqabs or burkas in France are not allowed to do so.
—Waed™️ (@waed_alhayek) September 29, 2019
The country implemented a ban on full-face veils back in 2011, which imposes a fine of €150, or $163, on those who wear the garments.
Representatives for Cardi B and Richard Quinn did not respond to Insider’s previous requests for comment.
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