Megan Thee Stallion sizzles in sheer metal mesh for SG music video

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Real hot girl s—t.

Megan Thee Stallion makes a special appearance in DJ Snake’s new music video for “SG” — which stands for “Sexy Girl” and also features Ozuna and Blackpink’s Lisa — dressed in a truly one-of-a-kind chainmail creation.

Designed by Natalia Fedner, who previously outfitted the 26-year-old rapper for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue party in July, Megan’s dress was made from see-through white metal mesh, and features soaring double-sided slits that show off the superstar’s legs and hips.

But while the celeb-loved designer — who’s also dressed Cardi B, Kylie Jenner, Beyoncé and Jennifer Lopez — has made this patented textile her trademark, the “Thot S—t” hitmaker’s style has a little something extra: a custom dye job.

“Zerina [Akers, Megan’s stylist] told me the music video was being shot in Miami, the look would have to go into water and that she liked the idea of it being blue and having high side slits,” Fedner told Page Six Style.

In a serendipitous twist, the designer had recently figured out how to dye white metal, after experimenting with bottles of Rit and some chain left over from a Lenny Kravitz look she’d created years ago.

“While I was testing [the technique], I accidentally created a gradient when I was dip-dyeing, and fell in love with the look,” she recalled.

So Fedner pitched Akers the idea of a similar multidimensional look for Megan that’d match the Miami skies.

“I initially dyed the whole dress pale blue and then dip-dyed it to create an ombré effect using a deeper blue,” Fedner said of the “challenging” process.

The result? A sexy, skin-baring style that’s a perfect fit for the ultimate “SG.”

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