I sat in the front row at Fashion Week - and my dress was torn/Anna McEvoy
Since Carrie Bradshaw's fall on the runway of Fashion Week in "Sex and the City," we've never seen such a padilla. A fashion influencer shared a video of her very unfortunate wardrobe accident that happened in the midst of a fashion show - sitting in the front row of the hall.
Anna McAvoy, @annamcevoy21, shared footage of the incident with her more than 80,<> followers on TikTok. The stunning designer wore a black strap dress with cuts around her chest. In the short video, she shows her followers how close to the center of things she sat when they see Fashion Week models walk past her. The event started lightly, as she was seen walking into the hall with a glass of champagne in her hand. After the display started, things started to go wrong. Suddenly, without any preparation, the front of her dress was torn, revealing her bust to everyone present.
"When your dress rips off and your come out, while you're sitting in the front row at Fashion Week," she wrote in the video, adding: "My are out." Luckily, one of the designers present quickly came over to help her and fix her torn dress.
"All I remember is the guy across the track pointing and laughing," she recalled the moments of horror.
Watch the embarrassing incident:
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Luckily someone was there for help/screenshot, tiktok.com/@annamcevoy21
She handled it like a queen/screenshot, tiktok.com/@annamcevoy21
Her viewers expressed their condolences over the wardrobe malfunction and complimented her for having the courage to share the incident. "Oh my Gad, I feel so bad for you, how embarrassing, but you handled it well and still bombed," one wrote. Others shared their embarrassing wardrobe mishaps: "The exact same thing happened to me while I was in line to board the plane!" wrote one, "This was so embarrassing. Everyone saw my goods."
Some of the women who adored the dress changed their minds after learning of its fate: "It changed for me from a strong desire to buy the dress to never wanting to see it again. It's amazing," concluded one viewer.
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