Last night, celebrities took to the American Music Awards red carpet, and some brought their best looks – including Cardi B.

The rapper has been killing the fashion game recently, doing Paris Fashion Week in memorable looks from Richard Quinn, Jean Paul Gaultier, Mugler, Balenciaga, and more.

She's also got plenty of Birkin bags to go with every outfit, a Chrome Hearts stroller, and gave birth to her daughter with a Louis Vuitton blanket in the hospital bed. She's the fashion icon we all need.

For the AMA's red carpet, the singer wore an extravagant black gown with exaggerated sleeves and a matching black veil, complete with a gold mask. Schiaparelli's Daniel Roseberry has seen immense success with his surreal accessories and conceptual pieces, and Cardi B is clearly a huge fan.

She previously wore the label together with her husband Offset, wore Schiaparelli in her pregnancy announcement, and also sported the brand together with Lizzo for the cover for single "Rumors." Needless to say, Cardi B and Daniel Roseberry is a match made in heaven.

As the host of this year's awards, the rapper wore a total of eight different looks throughout the duration of the ceremony, from red carpet to on-stage, but the Schiaparelli look truly takes the cake.

Performances on the night included Olivia Rodrigo, Bad Bunny, Tyler, The Creator, BTS, and more. As for the winners, BTS took home the award for Artist of the Year, Rodrigo won Best New Artist, Doja Cat and SZA snagged best collaboration for "Kiss Me More," and Lil Nas X's "MONTERO" won best video. Other winners include Megan Thee Stallion, Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift, and The Weeknd.

The ultimate winner however was, of course, Schiaparelli and Daniel Roseberry, who's found the perfect ambassador to emphasize the brand's opulence, and bring the visions to life.

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