New York Fashion Week is in full swing and celebrities and models are running around the city in their highly photogenic looks. A typical Fashion Week consists of super-thin models, over-the-top fashion designs, and other things to which the general public can't relate.
One designer is changing things up on her stage, though. This year, Fashion Week sent Cheetos down the runway, thanks to Chromat's founder and creative director, Becca McCharen-Tran. Incidentally, the puffy cornmeal snacks of Cheetos made their runway debut at New York Fashion Week 2018.
The bags of snacks were sported as the hottest accessories by the models, cat-walking for Chormat's Becca McCharen-Tran.
Becca sent her models clutching bags of Flamin' Hot Cheetos, which accentuated her collection's bright neon designs.
The collection featured rompers, raver pants, dresses and such in bright, technicolour fabrics usually used for sportswear and adventure clothes.
Many of the designs sported laced-up bungee cords and mesh pockets that were filled with Cheetos' bags.
(with ANI inputs)