Italian Guy Recreates Celebrity Outfits With Household Items – Design You Trust

Italian Guy Recreates Celebrity Outfits With Household Items

This master of mockery is Italian college student Emanuele Ferrari. It’s fun seeing how he transforms everyday items like toilet paper and egg cartons into outfits that actually resemble expensive fashion.

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