- With so many people stuck at home, fashion challenges are continuing to pop up on social media.
- Celebrities are starting their own fashion challenges, including Billy Porter, who asked fans to recreate his 2019 Met Gala look.
- Other fashion trends that are making the rounds on Instagram and Tik Tok include the “Don’t Rush” challenge and the pillow dress challenge.
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If you’ve moved on from your quarantine baking phase and want to pause on that 1,000-piece puzzle you’re working on, it may be time to try out one of the many fashion challenges going around on social media.
People on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok have started using hashtags to encourage users to get creative with items around the house.
Celebrities are even jumping on the bandwagon, including Billy Porter, who was one of the first stars to challenge his fans.
In March, Porter asked fans to recreate his 2019 Met Gala look by The Blonds and share their photos using the hashtag #BillyPorterFashionChallenge. Other famous faces, like Halle Berry and Anne Hathaway, have participated in the popular pillow challenge.
Although it can be a struggle to participate in some of these, they still serve as a hilarious distraction to the reality of being stuck at home.
Simon Porte Jacquemus created the #JacquemusAtHome challenge in March
The designer behind the famous tiny handbags and popular mismatched heels started the #JacquemusAtHome trend after he reposted images of others creating his footwear with whatever items they could find at home.
HOME FOREVER ?
A post shared by JACQUEMUS (@jacquemus) on Mar 31, 2020 at 2:35pm PDT
Leandra Medine Cohen and her Man Repeller team started using a hashtag to share outfits they are wearing at home
Cohen and her team started using the hashtag #GoingNowhereButF—ItImGettingDressed to show off all sorts of outfits from the comfort of their homes.
There are 9,575 posts on Instagram that include the hashtag at the time of writing.
The #DontRushChallenge was started in March by a 20-year-old business student
Set to the tune “Don’t Rush” by Young T and Bugsey, the #DontRushChallenge started on TikTok and quickly spread to Instagram. In the videos, the participants show off their natural looks before changing into fabulous going-out outfits.
Fred Segal started the hashtag #DayTimeNightClub as a way to give back to coronavirus relief efforts
The legendary Los Angeles retailer started a challenge asking participants to dress as if they were going out to the club. For each post shared before April 30 that included the hashtag, Fred Segal donated $5 to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund, up to $25,000.
I participated in the trendy pillow challenge and it was so much fun
The #QuarantinePillowChallenge involves cinching a pillow around your waist with a belt to make a strapless “dress,” and then adding any other accessories to make it chic.
It was originally started by @myforteisfashion and @stylebynelli at the beginning of April, and it has since taken on many other forms through the hashtags #pillowdresschallenge, #pillowchallenge, and more. Celebrities like Halley Berry, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Anne Hathaway have even participated.
Billy Porter launched his first fashion challenge in March and has already announced a second one for fans
On March 24, Billy Porter asked fans to recreate his 2019 Met Gala look by The Blonds. He launched another fashion challenge on April 6, which involved his followers showing off their at-home catwalks in their best couch potato looks.
#HomeCouture is a tribute to high-fashion looks from previous runway shows
George Serventi, the founder of fashion Instagram account Skipdin, asked followers to recreate couture fashion looks using items at home, and then share photos using the hashtag #HomeCouture.
Following the first post in March, Serventi has also shared his own take on other couture looks from designers like John Galliano, Molly Goddard, and more.
New York Fashion Week and IMG Models teamed up to create #RunwayForRelief
The two teamed up to raise awareness for Vogue and the CFDA’s “A Common Thread” relief fund, which is helping people in the American fashion community who have been affected by COVID-19.
The founders of Fashion Revolution, an organization dedicated to shedding light on the challenges in the global fashion industry, started a sweet challenge
Fashion Revolution asked people to write love notes to their nearest and dearest clothing items and use the hashtag #LovedClothesLast.
Cult Gaia started the #CultGaiaLetsDance challenge for a good cause
The LA-based brand launched the #CultGaiaLetsDance challenge and donated $25 to the No Kid Hungry charity for each dancing video posted before April 30 using the hashtag and the brand’s tag.