Stars celebrate Doja Cat’s new ‘Planet Her’ album in sexy style

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Doja Cat celebrated the release of her new album “Planet Her” on Thursday night with an epic party — and apparently wild dress code.

The “Say So” singer, 25, donned a lavender corset top and matching miniskirt awash in pale yellow ruffles and accented with a playful orange pom-pom.

Doja wore her platinum waves piled high atop her head, and piled on silver chains and face gems for added impact.

Famous friends in attendance at her LA bash included her “Best Friend” collaborator Saweetie, who stunned in a skintight, open-sided black gown with sparkling laces.

Fellow musicians Chloe Bailey and Normani also went sheer for the occasion, with the “Ungodly Hour” singer opting for a yellow mesh catsuit and the “Motivation” hitmaker choosing a see-through, paint-swirled midi layered atop a blue lace bra and thong.

Keeping with the visual theme, actress Ryan Destiny sported a semi-sheer tube dress with a graphic orange print, along with matching gloves.

And Bebe Rexha, who featured Doja on her song “Baby, I’m Jealous,” turned heads in the same vintage Jean Paul Gaultier look Kim Kardashian wore on the 2018 People’s Choice Awards red carpet; the dizzying striped dress also popped up on Lizzo earlier this year.

Not everyone seemed to get the “go sexy or go home” memo, however — like Winnie Harlow, who dressed down in black sweats and sneakers.

Dapper dudes at the celebration included Khalid, who seemed to channel Doja’s intergalactic style in a silver suit and bright blue dye job, and French Montana, who wore silk Versace separates with a colorful under-the-sea print.

Other boldface names at the bash included G-Eazy, Chet Hanks, P.K. Subban and Ty Dolla Sign.

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