Rosalía has reached the rare upper echelons of pop stardom where she can wear just about anything that strikes her fancy. Her wardrobe is dotted with trendy brands like Saks Potts—she posted three different versions of those candy-colored fur-trimmed coats that have quickly become a fashion girl staple to her Instagram a few months ago—and designer pieces from legacy houses like Louis Vuitton, as she wore onstage in Rabat, Morocco at a festival performance in June. Burberry’s Riccardo Tisci even created two different custom black, crystal-adorned outfits for the artist’s MTV VMAs experience this year (she walked the red carpet in one and performed in the other).
But in spite of this unlimited fashion potential, Rosalía consistently sports pieces from small, DIY brands and emerging labels. Just take the patchwork pants she wore last month (with a Prada T-shirt, no less) from Los Angeles-based designer Julie Kucharski, who creates custom, pop culture-inspired garments under the name Left Hand L.A.
Now, Rosalía is spotlighting a piece from yet another emerging designer. While in the City of Lights for Paris Fashion Week, the Spanish artist posed in a cinched shirt dress, which she paired with a deep blue flame and snake-printed bag—with matching shoes, of course—from British designer Asai. You might recognize Asai’s signature semi-sheer, patchwork, tie-dye shirts from your Instagram feed, or from major editorial shoots with SZA, but Rosalía has now proved that the fledgling designer could have what it takes to enter the accessories big leagues, too.
Originally Appeared on Vogue