Yung Miami serves the body in Y/Project’s Jean Paul Gaultier dress

With Y/Project and the Jean Paul Gaultier collection finally released, it was only a matter of time before celebrities stepped out with their “fits” (although Nicole Kidman skipped the line and flexed the collection’s pieces in August).

The next step to peek wearing the Y/Project x JPG collaboration? Let’s all turn our attention to Miss Yung Miami.

On November 4, Diddy celebrated his 53rd birthday, joined by his closest friends like Machine Gun Kelly, Travis Scott, Mary J. Blige and Jay-Z.

Yung Miami, who is dating Diddy but still refers to herself as Single, was also present. For her boyfriend’s party, she donned the Jean Paul Gaultier Body Morph dress from Y/Project (yes, this a).

Paired with a yellow Hermès Kelly bag and a necklace full of diamonds, Yung Miami delivered a moment of tasteful style at Diddy’s party.

In addition to stunting in her high-end dress, Yung Miami gave Diddy an icy chain for her special day. Her gift earned the famous musician a bow, which, of course, caused a social media frenzy.

Yung Miami is the host of Revolt’s talk show caresha pleasewhich counts names like Megan Thee Stallion, Latto, and of course, Diddy (he founded Revolt) as past guests.

In the viral episode with Diddy (or is it love now…wait, Puffy Daddy?), fans received confirmation of the two’s romantic relationship and a new catchphrase from Yung Miami, “really bad.” .

Since then, the two have not been shy about showing their love for each other. Miami even held up a sign that read “Go Papi” during her honorary performance at the 2022 BET Awards.

Now Miss Miami also knows a thing or two about fashion. After all, she and JT frequently talk about owning Hermès Birkin bags, which has sparked discussions about the accessibility of the coveted handbags.

While names like Dior, Prada and Chanel make up her wardrobe, Yung Miami, along with JT, graced the front row of LaQuan Smith’s fashion week presentations. And now she has joined the Glenn Martens club.

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