Doja Cat wore 2 drastically different outfits in one night at the iHeart Radio Music Awards

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Doja Cat wears Miu Miu at the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images
  • Doja Cat attended the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Thursday in two drastically different outfits.
  • She first wore a green, see-through gown designed by Brandon Maxwell.
  • The best new pop artist winner later switched into a vintage-inspired cat-print dress from Miu Miu.
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Doja Cat was named the best new pop artist at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Thursday. She was also, arguably, one of the best-dressed stars on the red carpet.

She first arrived at the event in a green, see-through gown designed by Brandon Maxwell. The dress had a high neckline that tied into a knot, and a cape-style back that extended into a short train behind her. She opted for no shirt or bra underneath the gown, though green fabric strategically crisscrossed her chest.

She also wore green underwear, circular earrings, long green nails, and shining sandals.

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Doja Cat wears Brandon Maxwell at the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images

After performing a medley of her songs “Say So,” “Streets,” and “Kiss Me More,” the musician was given her best new pop artist award. She later posted on the red carpet with her trophy, though she wore a dress that looked entirely different from the one she arrived in.

Her sleeveless Miu Miu look was white with a vintage-inspired cat print from top to bottom. The gown also had black bows attached to the waistline and shoulders, and a pleated skirt.

She paired her second dress with a half-up, half-down hairstyle, diamond earrings, and sparkling platform heels designed by D’accori.

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Doja Cat wears Miu Miu at the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images

Both outfits Doja Cat wore for the red-carpet event were styled by Brett Alan Nelson. Representatives for the stylist did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.