How to dress like Marion Kelly, the little bespectacled baby from the BBC interview who’s our new fashion icon
She’s got a lewk
Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne, Marion Kelly. What do they have in common? Correct, they are the fashion icons of our time. Four-year-old Marion burst onto the haute couture scene last week when she razzle-dazzled her way into her dad, Robert E. Kelly’s BBC interview and turned the heads of every fashion guru and cutting edge blogger in the world.
— Jayanthi A Pushkaran (@apjayanthi) March 17, 2017
Yesterday the fashionista reappeared in another interview with her dad, replete with lollipop, pink glasses and trenchcoat, and a hush fell over the world. Somewhere in Manhattan Anna Wintour lowers her dark glasses and raises her eyebrows, her mouth forming a silent “wow” as she watches the fashion world fall apart and come together again, centered around Marion Kelly.
And by the fashion world I mean Twitter obviously.
steal her look: marion kelly pic.twitter.com/M8vGGAvcgj
— Audra Brulc (@audrakath) March 15, 2017
— Newton (@Newtongois) March 17, 2017
Grown ass me walking on the empty office corridor like Marion Kelly.
— Munk (@_Drunkenmunk) March 17, 2017
Marion Kelly is the person of the year for 2017. No other has made such a profound impact on the lives of people around the world.
— Omar Little (@omar1618) March 17, 2017
— pendekar silat (@pendekarsilat11) March 17, 2017
Who will Marion Kelly walk for next? Personally I hope it’s Chanel. But with that coat maybe Burberry? The world is her oyster!
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