Cardi B stuns in Prada at Playboy party after becoming Creative Director

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Cardi B is Playboy’s first Creative Director in residence, making her debut as CD at Art Basel’s Playboy party Friday night in Miami.

The Bronx-born beauty, 29, donned a heavily embellished Prada mini-dress in nude for the star-studded bash. She also wore a diamond Playboy bunny pendant and plenty of blinged-out jewelry, completing the look with silver-strap heels and her signature, extra-long fingernails.

The Grammy-winner announced her Playboy residency Thursday, tweeting, “Ya girl is now the FIRST EVER Creative Director In Residence at @playboy!!! What a dream!! im getting the party started as the Founding Creative Director and a founding member of CENTERFOLD the new creator-led platform from @playboy. I’m so excited for everything that’s coming.”

“For as long as I can remember, I’ve felt connected to Playboy. It’s truly the original platform for uncensored creativity and I’m inspired by its incredible legacy of fighting for personal freedoms,” Cardi added in a press release. “I have so many ideas already – I can’t wait!” 

In addition to celebrating Cardi’s new role. The Art Basel shindig served as a launch for Playboy’s new luxury lifestyle brand, Big Bunny.

“BIGBUNNY was designed as a love letter to the modern jet-set and places Playboy’s heritage of sophistication and playfulness at the forefront,” reads a press release for the event.

“BIGBUNNY is positioning itself to emerge in the cultural realms of music, art, pop-culture and fashion with the newly returned Big Bunny jet acting as the vehicle of creative change in the cultural zeitgeist.”

Other guests for the evening included Charli XCX, Julia Fox and David Guetta.

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