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Saweetie Wears Black Cutout Dress Christopher Kane


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How many cuts is too much? In Saweetie’s world, limits don’t exist. The Rapper “My Type” wore a black dress with 12 giant cuts to celebrate her upcoming “The Single Life” musical project in Los Angeles on October 21.

Drawn from Christopher Kane’s fall 2022 collection, the high-neck long-sleeve maxi is covered in round holes – most prominently the front and center of the chest, with others extending down the arms and legs – all held together by elegant gold chains.

Saweetie let her dress attract all the attention by minimizing accessories, simply wearing gold hoop earrings, three large diamond rings and black Giuseppe Zanotti sandals. She completed the look with finger wavy hair, pink eyeshadow and black and white dyed nails before posing to show off every angle in her outfit.

The Grammy Award nominee has quite a few memorable cropped pieces in her wardrobe. At last year’s Met Gala, she impressed with a custom Christian Cowan gown with cutouts at the chest and hips and a glittering train made to look like both Black American Heritage and the flag of the Philippines. This past March, the artist attended Billboard’s annual Women in Music event in a sheer ruched Valentino gown, and a few weeks later she attended an Oscars viewing party in a crop top monot and slit skirt that created the illusion of a dress.

Read on to try to count all 12 cuts on Saweetie’s Christopher Kane dress, and keep reading to pre-order the fascinating piece if you’d like.

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