In the resulting outfit, the model went to the show of the new Prada collection.
27-year-old Madeleine White, a well-known blogger and model, posted a video on TikTok of how she made a completely new ensemble out of a Prada jumpsuit for $ 2,100, cutting up an expensive item. The video went viral and caused a lot of comments about the author.
Going to the next show as part of Milan Fashion Week, Madeleine decided to create something unusual. She bought a charcoal gray jumpsuit, calling it “chic” and “utilitarian”, but decided to add more of her personality to it.
“Danger was not on @prada’s agenda. It’s Prada fashion day and I don’t know how I got here filming stupid little TikTok in my apartment,” she says.
Then the girl takes scissors and starts cutting. At the end, she shows off her “new” blazer, crop top, and skirt, which she designed by cutting off the legs. White turned the bottom of the trousers into leggings.
To complete the do-it-yourself look, Madeleine added a glittery belt, a sheer bra, black low-heeled boots, and a glittery purple bag.
@madeleine_white Playing it safe was not on the agenda for @prada day 🥶 #grwm #ootd #diyfashion #milanfashionweek ♬ Players – Coi Leray
The video has collected 3.5 million views and a lot of different reactions.
“The Most Expensive 5 Minute Craft”, “It looks so much better than a jumpsuit. Prada – give this woman a job! She can add a lot”, “I’m upset. From riches to literal rags”, “I mean that you you can always crop it or simply accessorize it to work and match your style”, “She came in with Prada and left with miu miu,” they write in the comments.
In turn, Madeleine hastened to assure that before cutting an expensive thing, she bought it, and did not take it as a sponsorship gift.
White began experimenting with style during the coronavirus pandemic, when, like many people in her field, she was left without a job.
“I started posting on TikTok during the pandemic because my work just dried up in an instant, like everyone else. I thought what can I do with my time since I have a lot of free time. Basically, the only “What I knew a lot about and was different from others was that I knew how to sew and match clothes. I know how to style, so I thought, ‘Let’s see if I can do this,'” she said. .
White now boasts four million followers on TikTok and 883,000 on Instagram, where she talks about her fashion trials and shows off the resulting looks.
Earlier, Focus wrote that a burning model appeared on the catwalk as part of the Paris Fashion Week.
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