Keep up with the latest in fashion and more with our complimentary weekly Lifestyle Edit newsletter.
Get ahead of the curve in the world of fashion and more with our complimentary weekly Lifestyle Edit newsletter.
Chrissy Teigen had a comical response to her most recent wardrobe blunder.
The 37-year-old model posted a photo on Instagram this past weekend, showcasing her attire for the 2023 Baby2Baby Gala. She chose a black dress with a thigh-high slit, embellished with a glittering 3D flower design. Completing the look, she carried a gold clutch and wore black heels.
According to People, the actress posted pictures from the event on her now-deleted Instagram Story. In one of the photos, she was sitting in a chair with her back facing the camera, and it was evident that her dress had a wardrobe malfunction with its zipper.
Teigen, who was hunched over in the picture, continued to mock the wardrobe mishap in the caption, stating: “Oh laugh out loud.”
Teigen has previously been open about wardrobe malfunctions. In 2017, she unintentionally revealed her sheer shirt while watching the Super Bowl with her husband, John Legend.
Teigen quickly brushed off the situation on social media. According to Us Weekly, she retweeted the video and commented, “Boom goes the dynamite.”
On November 11th, a mother of four was among the many well-known individuals attending the yearly fundraising gala for Baby2Baby. This organization’s official website states that it aims to provide children in poverty with essentials such as diapers, clothing, and other necessities that every child deserves. Some of the notable guests at the event included Kim Kardashian, Salma Hayek, Olivia Wilde, Heidi Klum, Matthew McConaughey, and Zoe Saldaña.
In recognition of her charity’s efforts to support disadvantaged children in Mexico, Channing Tatum presented Salma Hayek with the Giving Tree Award this year.
She conveyed during her speech, according to The Hollywood Reporter, that every child is our responsibility and holds the key to our future. They are our source of hope. Dignity is a fundamental need; diapers represent dignity and it is crucial that we recognize this. Love is also essential. For the sake of these children, mothers, and families, how can we promote love instead of hate? How can we teach compassion and empathy to those who have never experienced it themselves?
According to Hayek, every donation and contribution made by Baby2Baby carries a meaningful intention, beyond just monetary value. It represents love, compassion, and care for others, highlighting our interconnectedness as a community.