Doja Cat stuns in a series of alternative and avant-garde looks by Dilara Fındıkoğlu, AREA, and Saint Laurent in L’Officiel’s Global Art Issue. The singer, rapper, and songwriter, who has been spotted front row at the likes of Schiaparelli, showcases her ever-evolving and elevated sense of style.
The editorial and cover are shot by Greg Lotus and styled by Brett Alan Nelson, with hair and makeup bynJStay Ready
and Laurel Charleston.
Doja Cat recently made headlines with the announcement of her upcoming album, potentially titled Hellmouth. She also revealed that the album will be primarily rap.
Speaking to Marisa Meltzer for L’Officiel, Doja Cat revealed that while she listens to a wide variety of music, she’s careful not to let other artists influence her own creations:
I avoid listening to rap. I don’t listen to anyone’s music because I feel like that influence is so strong. I don’t live under a rock, but I do tread lightly, because sometimes I definitely can emulate the people that I love the most. And I’m trying to be original.
I listen to a lot of music, but I listen to music that I don’t make. I listen to some Japanese House. Dead Can Dance. Drop Nineteens. I was listening to a lot of Cocteau Twins.