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Cardi B Shows Off Her Most 'Iconic' Looks

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By Jeff Mazzeo

We stan Cardi B and all of her “iconic” outfits as the superstar took fans down a runway of memories while showing off some of her greatest fashion looks.

Cardi took to Instagram on Monday and showed off what appeared to be a gallery displaying many of her memorable looks from red carpets, award shows and music videos.

While revealing each piece and reflecting on why they are all "iconic," the hip-hop star gives great insight to the work that went into each look.

Let’s dive in and check out some of her greatest fashion achievements:

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Peacock Print Michael Costello Dress for Paris Fashion Week

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Cardi wore the black floor length dress with a long slit to show off some leg at ETAM fashion show in Paris back in 2018.

The look featured colorful peacock feathers throughout, and included a matching hat.

All the attitude that oozed from her hat and bare leg make this look “iconic.”

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Purple Ostrich Pantsuit by Christian Cowan for Paris Fashion Week

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Continuing her animalistic domination of 2018’s Paris Fashion Week, Cardi rocked a purple jumpsuit by Christian Cowan, with fur from her shoulder down to her knees.

She wore this outfit just two months after giving birth to Kulture.

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Custom Christian Cowan Gold Watch Bodysuit for 'Money' Video

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Much like the watches on the outfit, Cardi B wears her blinged out, one piece with matching iced out hat behind glass in her music video for “Money.”

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Laurel DeWitt Gold Chain Hat for 'Money'

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Cardi also showed off her iconic hat from the cover art for the “Money” music video.

Fun fact: This hat and outfit don’t appear in the actual music video and were only used for the cover art for the single.

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Thom Browne Quilted and Feathered Red Dress for Met Gala 2019

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One of Cardi B’s most famous looks has to be her 2019 red Met gala dress that needed a whole team of people to carry her massive train wherever she went.

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