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Paper Dresses turned J. Crew Pieces

Mayhem, otherwise known as sydney Keiser, is both a 5-year-old and a J. Crew designer. Mayhem recreated red-carpet gowns with paper, giftwraps, tapes, and other home ingredients with the help of her “assistant paper dress maker” and blogger Mom. As their mother-daughter blog and Instagram became a hit for the press, J. Crew finds their next collaborator. Several golden tapes and sparkly necklaces later, the Fashion by Mayhem for Crewcuts is born, featuring a romper, a tassel tee, a party dress, and seven other adorable pieces.

 

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