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Bad Bunny has us feeling extra parched with his latest foray into fem for Harper’s Bazaar

Puerto Rican rap heartthrob and staunch LGBTQ ally Bad Bunny just landed a spot as Harper’s Bazaar’s first Latino cover star, and boy, did he look good doing it.

His outfit for this historic layout? A creme blazer over a layered gown.

Look how he ate that:

This is far from Benito’s first walk on the fem side. He’s donned skirts, dresses, and even full drag time and time again. In the article, he touches on why he’s come to blur the lines of gender in his fashion so much more often.

“Maybe at the very beginning of my career, I tried to pretend I was someone that I’m not,” he says. “But I learned that that’s the way artists lose themselves.”

He really started cutting loose around the time of his second studio album, aptly titled YHLQMDLG (meaning “Yo Hago Lo Que Me Da La Gana”, or “I Do Whatever I Want”).

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Be it photoshoots, red carpets, music videos, or live performances, Bad Bunny has probably done it wearing something flowy and tailored at least once.

Here are some of the highlights of his frock-rocking:

 

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There are some who call his style a marketing ploy, but he says otherwise.

“People on the outside can think that I have a strategy or I wear this to call for attention,” he says. “In reality, I just know who I am.”

And his “Yo Perreo Sola” video proved that “who he is” is fluid, talented, and hot: