Doja Cat, known for her bold fashion statements, opened up about facing critics and her evolving style in a conversation with Harper’s Bazaar last year.
In the interview, Doja shared her theory about how people perceive celebrities online, stating, “My theory is that if someone has never met me in real life, then, subconsciously, I’m not real to them.” She discussed the phenomenon of fans feeling ownership over celebrities and the shock response when a celebrity’s appearance changes.
Addressing her approach to fashion, Doja said, “I’ve accepted that that’s what happens. So I put my wigs on and take them off. I shave my head or my eyebrows. I have all the freedom in the world.”
Doja’s stylist also spoke about their collaboration, highlighting Doja’s trust in him and their ability to push boundaries together. He described her as a “massive marketing pop sensation” and praised her openness to experimentation with her style.
The interview provides insight into Doja Cat’s mindset regarding her fashion choices and the dynamics of celebrity image in the digital age.