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Move Over Jacob Elordi, Bad Bunny is a Bottega Boy Too

After a show-stopping look at the 2024 Met Gala, his bag choice wowed too...

Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny is known for many things. His musical talents, short-lived relationship with Kendall Jenner, and, most interestingly (to us at least), his ability to experiment with fashion are all part of his personality. Last year, Benito wowed at the Met Gala in a custom look by Jacquemus, later starring in the brand’s Les Sculptures campaign for Spring/Summer 2024.

This year, the newfound style star hit up the Met Gala carpet not just as a guest but as one of the 2024 Met Gala Co-Chairs. All eyes were on Bad Bunny as he ascended the iconic steps wearing a custom Maison Margiela Artisanal by John Galliano look. The show-stopping fit was complete with leather gloves, an oversized hat, and a (very on-theme) wool flower bouquet.

The After the After-Party Look

As much as an attendee’s Met Gala look is dissected by fashion critics and fans alike, a star’s after-party look is highly scrutinized, too. The days before and after the Met Gala are a paparazzi feast, with shutterbugs ascending in New York to capture all of the hottest comings and goings of fashion’s biggest stars.

The day after the Met Gala, Bad Bunny was spotted exiting his downtown hotel carrying everyone’s favorite Bottega Veneta, the Andiamo, in the delicious dark-brown hue called fondant. The Andiamo, which launched early last year, quickly became a fan-favorite, worn by stars like A$AP Rocky, Jacob Elordi, Dakota Johnson, and more.

While his dressed-up looks are something to marvel at, the simplicity of his everyday outfits is more relatable, and we love to see him with the Bottega Veneta Andiamo.

No longer an unexpected carry to pair with menswear, Benito kept it low-key post-Met, pairing a black cropped hoodie with relaxed trousers, sneakers, and a New York Yankees hat. Simple but cool, Bad Bunny is giving Jacob Elordi a run for his money.

Shop the Bottega Veneta Andiamo via Bottega Veneta.


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