4-Year-Old Fashion Designer Recreates Iconic Met Gala Looks Using Paper

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If you enjoyed the elegant style on display at this year’s Met Gala, you’ll certainly appreciate the work of the world’s most popular fashion designer in the sparsely populated “under 5-years-old” category โ€” we’re of course talking about the internet fashion sensation known as Mayhem! Equipped with nothing more than various forms of paper and creativity, this four-year-old style maestro has recreated some of Hollywood’s most fashionable looks.

While most four-year-olds occupy their time by attempting to solve the intricate mystery known as shoelaces, Mayhem partnered with Vogue to add a few new innovative designs to her already extensive fashion portfolio by recreating a collection of new dresses inspired by Met Galas of yesteryear.

Here are the latest Met Gala-inspired designs from that pint-sized wunderkind of style known as “Mayhem.”

Jennifer Lopez’s Gucci gown from the 2011 Met Gala

Sarah Jessica Parker’s Alexander McQueen plaid dress

Rihanna’s black Dolce & Gabbana tux

Florence Welch‘s Alexander McQueen dress from the 2012 Met Gala

Talk about an adorable overload! Which design has earned your vote for Best Dress?

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