Pictures of a 4-year-old girl's paper dresses are going viral as the online community recognizes the creativity and fashion genius of the diminutive designer.
The little girl, dubbed Mayhem by her mom online, models an amazing and creative array of princess dresses, all made out of paper in all its incarnations. Swoopy drapes of tissue paper compete with foil paper and even paper printed with musical notes imitates the dress worn by Katy Perry at the Grammys.
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The Huffington Post asked mom Angie how much of the paper dresses
are mom’s work and how much is done by Mayhem.
“The ideas are pretty much a 50/50 split, but Mayhem constructs a lot more than most people would probably believe,” Angie answered. “That's one of the best things about this project, I see her learning new skills every single day.”
Angie also told The Huffington Post that Mayhem knows how many construction paper pieces are required to make the top and bottom of her dress and can lay them out and tape them together.
Wiles said that sometimes things that aren’t paper make it onto the dresses.
“We have also used silk scarves, tulle, and aluminum foil. Basically, if we can find it laying around the house and it's pliable, it's fair game. Clear packing tape and glue are our adhesives of choice,” she told the Post.
“House of Mayhem Couture. I can see it already!” Lauren Henriques commented on the Huffington Post article.
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