Fans Are Calling For a Cardi B and Louis Vuitton Collab After Seeing Her Designer Manicure

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - JUNE 20: Cardi B attends the ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards 2019 at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on June 20, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Leon Bennett / WireImage)
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While some people like to match their bag to their outfit, Cardi B lets their favorite bag dictate their manicure. But Cardi B Nail Art isn't worth just any bag; The bag that inspired her latest mani is a red-purple Louis Vuitton Neverfull Escale MM Rouge from the 2020 summer collection.
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Cardi B thanks the Los Angeles-based celebrity nail artist Chaun P. for the extra-long stiletto tips. She marked him in the caption of her post on Instagram and showed her new acrylic set. "You like my nails? LOUIS @chaunlegend", she read her post. Her fans jumped into the comment section to not only show their approval, but also to speculate about a hidden meaning behind the mani. One fan called her a Louis Vuitton brand ambassador, while another said, "Cardi, just tell us the tea, we know you and LV are working together."
Chaun P. is the manicurist responsible for as many exaggerated nail looks as Khloe Kardashian's hand-painted My Little Pony and many of Kylie Jenner's extra-long tips. He even did a similar hand-painted Louis Vuitton manicure on Malika Haqq earlier this month.
Check out Cardi B's painted Louis Vuitton nail art.
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A post by Cardi B (@iamcardib) on June 13, 2020 at 2:50 p.m. PDT

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