Model hosts hilarious quarantine fashion show in his bedroom

Evgenii Boytsov is an actor and model. While he is no stranger to serving impeccable fashion looks — things are a bit different during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Boytsov has taken to using household items to create fashion shows in his bedroom. Using comforters, towels, pillows and the occasional strategically placed belt, Boytsov makes self-isolating look chic. The actor shared his sartorial concoctions on TikTok to much fanfare.

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“Fashion Spring to Summer 2020!” Boytsov said in the video caption, translated from Russian. “Which outfit did you like most?”

The first look is a grey and white cap sleeve pencil dress made out of a reversible comforter. Next, it’s a draped one-shoulder mini dress that looks like a piece from Saint Laurent’s 2017 collection. Then Boytsov presents an empire waist sweetheart dress made of white sheets — that, honestly, would be a great prom look.

Now things get a bit more elaborate. He somehow managed to turn the comforter into a draped cape-back dress. The fifth and final look is strategically folded into a voluminous, architectural tube dress. Not too bad for a guy at home in his slippers!

Boytsov’s mini fashion show received 1.9 million views on TikTok. It went viral again when 9gag reshared it on Instagram for another 6.9 million views. 

“I urgently need a tutorial on the production of these masterpieces,” one TikTok user said. 

“You laugh but the kid is really beautifully dressed,” another person said. 

“I always complain that there’s nothing to wear but I have 3 different blankets,” one person wrote.

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