Celebrity Fashion: That’s Fancy! Iggy Azalea sports a black blazer and Gucci tights as she greets fans at a pop-up store in LA to promote her new album In My Defense
Published: 01:58 EDT, 21 July 2019 | Updated: 08:06 EDT, 21 July 2019
Iggy Azalea just released her long-awaited sophomore album, In My Defense.
And the Australian rapper showed off her penchant for designer fashion, while greeting fans at a pop-up store in West Hollywood, Los Angeles on Saturday.
The 29-year-old turned heads in a black blazer with feather detail at the wrist, teamed with AU $155 Gucci tights and perspex heels.
That’s Fancy! Iggy Azalea, 29, sported a black blazer and Gucci tights, at a pop-up store for the launch of her new album In My Defense, in West Hollywood, Los Angeles on Saturday
Iggy’s platinum hair extensions were styled straight, and her makeup palette included defined brows, a false set of lashes, bronzer and a nude lipstick.
The Fancy hit-maker posed for photos before signing merchandise for die-hard fans who patiently waited outside the pop-up store.
On Friday, Iggy released her second full-length album, In My Defense.
All in the details: The Australian rapper’s blazer featured feather detail at the wrist, and she boosted her height with perspex heels
Beauty: Iggy styled her platinum hair extensions straight and in a middle parting, and enhanced her striking facial features with a glamorous makeup palette
The album contains the singles Sally Walker, Started, and F**k It Up featuring Kash Doll.
Coincidentally, Iggy’s album was released on the same day as British cartoon character Peppa Pig’s debut album.
A tongue-in-cheek feud kicked off on Wednesday, when Iggy sent out a sarcastic tweet: ‘It’s over for me now.’
Knows her angles: The Sydney-born star showed off her best angles as she posed up a storm inside the pop-up shop
Legion of followers: Die-hard fans patiently awaited for Iggy’s arrival outside the store
Merchandise: Iggy signed merchandise for fans and there was even a coffin inside the store
Peppa responded by cheekily referencing Iggy’s hit Fancy, tweeting back: ‘Peppa’s so fancy, you already know.’
Keen to keep the beef going, Iggy hit back by threatening to turn the beloved pink hog into bacon.
‘Collab with me now or you’ll end up a breakfast special, Peppa,’ she raged.
Ecstatic: Fans posed for photos with their signed posters inside the pop-up store
Celebrity feud: Iggy kicked off a feud with British cartoon character Peppa Pig, who released her debut album on the same day as Iggy’s sophomore album, In My Defense