She’s ready for her close-up.
Controversial influencer Dylan Mulvaney hit the runway for New York Fashion Week Wednesday night at The Blonds Spring-Summer 2024 fashion show.
The transgender social media star, 26, donned a shiny, light blue dress that left little to the imagination as she strutted the catwalk for designers David and Phillipe Blond’s latest creations.
On the runway, the outspoken model was dressed in a black tank top she paired with leather shorts.
She topped her look off with glittery platform heels.
After the show, Mulvaney rubbed elbows with other celebs in attendance, including “Queer Eye” star and celeb hairstylist Jonathan Van Ness, as well as model Dominique Jackson.
Mulvaney’s stylish NYFW appearance comes just one day after she expressed her desire to star in a beer advertisement at the Super Bowl.
Saying the potential link-up would be “epic,” Mulvaney told The Cut that she would be open to yet another beer ad months after her divisive partnership with Bud Light.
“Maybe it’d be epic … if in like 10 years I got to do a beer commercial for a Super Bowl,” she said in the interview published Wednesday.
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Revealing that the fallout from the Bud Light saga had been a “huge wake-up call” for her, the influencer said she now realizes that she was naive about the realities of being a trans woman in the public eye.
“I think that some trans elders probably looked at me this last year and were like, ‘Bitch. You have so far to go.’ I think they probably saw what has happened to me these last few months coming,” Mulvaney said.
“This was a good wake-up call for me. Now I’m a more realistic person.”
Mulvaney raised ire among critics after becoming a rep for the beer brand in a March Madness contest, which ultimately cost Anheuser-Busch more than $27 billion in market cap after widespread boycotts.
The disastrous aftermath has spurred a former Anheuser-Busch executive to speak out on the ill-fated partnership, which was deemed “a mistake.”
In April, Mulvaney opened up about the mass trolling she’s been subjected to following the partnership, saying she was “an easy target” for online bullies.
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