Well one artist Alya Chaglar from Turkey, who has a young daughter Stefani, has always loved to create outfits out of materials you wouldn’t normally expect—anything from newspapers to tin foil and crayons. Everything is always made inexpensively, with things most people would find in their home already.
After getting to spin around in these creative designs for the five years of her little life, Stefani of course wants to grow up to be a fashion designer. And we think she’s well on her way! She couldn’t look more adorable.
It started out just for fun, but the two soon realized that they could totally give celebrity fashion a run for its money by using Alya’s talents (and Stefani’s cuteness!) to mimic everyone’s favorite celebrity gowns.
“It takes around 10-30 minutes to recreate a celebrity’s look, we use nothing more than plastic, paper, tin foil and other materials you can find around the house, and a stapler to stick the pieces together,” Alya said.
From J. Lo to J. Law, check out these adorable side-by-side photos of celebrities in their gowns and little Stefani cheesing in her own budget-friendly creative designs.
Just some paper turned Stefani into a catwalk strutting model, and we honestly can’t tell the difference in outfits.
Who knew newspaper could look so chic?
Pretty in pink!
I like it like that. But seriously, that paper hat and crayon polka dots are everything.
Stefani is really shining bright like a diamond…of foil!
Is it wrong we think Stefani wore it better? So colorfully whimsical!
Lady in red.
Just look at that foil belt, ring and bracelet. And that stance!
Gucci Autumn/Winter 2018 Ready-To-Wear Collection
Mom stepped in for help on this one.
Who knew crayons could make an outfit come this alive?
Tinsel and a garbage bag never looked so chic.
The fanned top is too much. (Too much cuteness that is!)
These matching poofy sleeves are everything.
Right down to the flowers.
The marker-ed up leg is a nice touch!
We’re definitely seeing double! Right down to the makeup.
This is gold. Literally.
The chicest of them all.
What do you think of how these two recreated all these high fashion looks? Aren’t they super impressive?