- A video of a fashion do-it-yourself hack currently trending on social media has left several internet users impressed
- In the video, a pair of black water-resistant slippers are transformed into a pair of bedazzled footwear
- Only a while ago, a young man went viral on the internet after a video surfaced in which he showed off his LV jacket-duffle bag
If you've got several pairs of beach slippers laying around the house with not a clue what to do with them, then this article is for you.
In a video which appears to have left many internet users in awe, a pair of basic beach/bathroom slippers can be seen undergoing some transformation.
In the first part of the video, the straps of the slipper are cut before being reattached in a different shape.
Some appliques are then glued to the strap of the slippers giving it a totally new look.
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Watch the video below:
Man displays Louis Vuitton bag which he transformed into a jacket in trending video
High-end brand, Louis Vuitton, has over the years, catered to the fashion needs of people in love with luxury. And their items do not come cheap.
Perhaps, this explains why some people are making sure they get to enjoy their money's worth as much as possible.
Like turning one's duffle bag into a jacket. This is the case as seen in a now-trending video in which a man showed off his LV duffle bag which he transformed into a jacket.
Poverty couture: Reactions to report of Balenciaga sneakers selling for N768k
Social media users are buzzing with mixed reactions following Balenciaga's latest campaign which features destroyed shoes going on sale.
For the campaign of their new Paris sneakers, the luxury fashion house released an exaggerated version of the distressed shoes.
Paper reports that according to a release, the still-life portraits of the extremely dirty shoes are simply meant to suggest that the new Paris sneakers "are meant to be worn for a lifetime."
However, there are 100 "extra destroyed" sneakers available for sale in black or white and they're not nearly as tattered and extreme as the fake campaign styles, Paper reports.