Japan’s Hottest New Instagram Model Is An 84-Year-Old In His Grandson’s Clothes And He Looks Amazing – Design You Trust

Japan’s Hottest New Instagram Model Is An 84-Year-Old In His Grandson’s Clothes And He Looks Amazing

In the age of Instagram, it is said that anyone can be a model.

Social media has given people of all ages, body shapes and races a platform to show just how fashionable they can be. One of these unconventional success stories is Japan’s hot new Instagram star called SLVR TESTUYA.

The confidence and ease he exhibits makes him seen like a seasoned fashionista, but actually these are his grandson’s clothes.

More: Instagram h/t: grapee

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