“Dojachella,” as her fans are calling it, continued over the weekend, and she made waves again with her custom looks.
Thanks to Doja Cat‘s longtime creative director, Brett Alan Nelson, she was able to take the stage in a fairy-inspired outfit. The “Say So” rapper opened her set in a turquoise and burnt orange bodysuit featuring intricate details from Australian designer Caroline Reznik. The distressed look, which also included Swarovski jewels, was made complete with custom Reznik x Timberland ankle boots set on a chunky, wearable heel. Doja’s backup dancers also noticeably wore iconic Timberland boots.
In a recent interview, Nelson told British Vogue: “We started with this African dystopian fairy theme, then [we] tapped into a hypnotic section. Next, we explored beauty, seduction and heartache, before the finale: God mode, a punk rock-inspired aesthetic done our way.”
Timberland boots, often referred to as Timbs, were made famous in the early ’90s when hip-hop stars like The Notorious B.I.G., Tupac Shakur and Jay-Z were seen wearing them.
Doja Cat’s Coachella performance comes just weeks after the hitmaker made headlines for her head-turning Grammys look, which included the viral Coperni glass bag.