Cardi B and Meg Thee Stallion wear a Lebanese designer in latest music video 'WAP'

This isn't the first time that Cardi's worn this Lebanese designer's fits...
Cardi B and Meg Thee Stallion wear a Lebanese designer in latest music video 'WAP'
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Last weekend we were blessed with a new Cardi B X Megan thee Stallion single.

"WAP," also nicknamed 'Women Against Patriarchy,' is a whole BOP with both Cardi and Meg spitting some seriously fire bars. The two powerhouse artists also released a music video with all kinds of stunning outfits. We're talking latex leotards, animal print, and pastel wigs.

WAP also included a couple of cameos from other boss babes in the industry, from Kylie Jenner and Normani to new-and-upcoming female artists like Rosalia and Mulatto. 

Cardi and Meg's main music video outfit was designed by none-other than the Lebanese designer, Nicolas Jebran. Nicolas created two co-ordinating looks for the gals in yellow and pink.

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Sadly, this video came just days after the horrible explosion that took place in Beirut, injuring thousands and resulting in around 90,000 damaged homes. Beirut's fashion scene also took a great hit, from Zuhair Murad's headquarter's to Andrea Wazen's boutiques. Even Nicolas Jebran's studio was amongst the damaged. 

Nicolas posted an image of the debris and his sketches after the video's release, captioning "Today...instead of celebrating a success! We're getting a grip to keep going!" 

The talented Lebanese designer has previously dressed the likes of Naomi Campbell, Beyoncé, Maya Diab and Jennifer Lopez.