For her third runway show, Lionne designer Latoia Fitzgerald partnered with Spotify for her collection 003 fashion show inspired by the women featured on Spotify's “Feeling Myself” playlist. The night was a celebration of women. Held in Los Angeles, the night began with a performance from rapper Bia who performed her hit song “Whole Lotta Money.” Shortly after the runway show started, hip hop’s newest gang of female rappers including Doechii, Rubi Rose and Baby Tate strutted down catwalk alongside regular models. Baby Tate also surprised the audience—which included notable such as Saucy Santana, Tinashe,  Karrueche Tran, Amber Wagner, Cleotrapa, Markell Washington, Brittany Sky and Maiya The Don—with a special performance with her hits “Hey, Mickey!” and “I Am.” 

For Lionne's collection 003, Fitzgerald shown structured denim which her brand is known for in addition to elongated cotton dresses and floral jumpsuits. Spotify presented Fitzgerald with the Women in Hip Hop Rising Designer Award.

Also that evening, Lil Kim was presented with the Women in Hip Hop Fashion Icon Award by Spotify for her influence on music and fashion. From opening doors for a new wave of female rappers to bridging the gap between hip hop and style, the Queen Bee deserves all of her flowers. Her influence has transcended music as she’s recognized for some of the most iconic looks in music fashion history.

The night concluded with rapper Coi Leray performing her chart-topping hits “Players” and “Blick Blick.”