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Doja Cat was a Schiaparelli dream girl at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards—and there was a lot to unpack from her look.

The “Kiss Me More” singer walked the awards show red carpet in a black gown by the French fashion house’s creative director, Daniel Roseberry. She accessorized with Schiaparelli’s now-viral heels with gold toes and silver nails, a gold planet-shaped bag, and huge ear-shaped earrings with pearls, crystals, and colored gems from the brand’s latest surrealism-inspired collection.

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Doja Cat Schiaparelli Billboard Music Awards 2022
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She also wore rings with gold fingernails and matching gold pasties by Agent Provocateur, which were entirely visible under a sheer tulle overlay on the otherwise-topless dress.

The extravagant gown also featured a beige tulle train and a velvet sculptural corset with spiked ends, which framed Doja’s face. Her beauty look consisted of a dramatic smoky cat eye with gold liner and a rosy lip, and she wore her hair in an elegant ponytail.

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Doja Cat Schiaparelli Billboard Music Awards 2022
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The house shared photos of Doja’s daring look, styled by Brett Alan Nelson. “Planet Doja Cat,” they captioned the post. She also posted various shots of her ensemble. “🪐 Thank you Daniel and Schiaparelli,” she wrote.

Doja took home four awards at Sunday’s Billboard Music Awards, including Top R&B Artist and Top R&B Album for Planet Her.

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Doja Cat Schiaparelli Billboard Music Awards 2022
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“Wow. We did it! We did it! Thank you, guys, so much. I want to thank my fans again and, yeah, I’m very grateful and I’m excited to see more people win,” she said. “It’s just wonderful to be here tonight with everybody, and, yeah, thank you, Mom, and, yeah, that’s it.”

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.