These Vietnamese Boys Got The Moves Like Jagger In Jungle Walk-Off

Serving wilderness couture.

When the Victoria’s Secret Angels strutted down the catwalk to Maroon 5’s “Moves Like Jagger” in 2011, they likely didn’t realize they were inspiring a group of young Vietnamese boys to create a modeling masterpiece of their own.

In footage recently shared on social media, a group of kids stomp down an outdoor runway to the same song, but instead of wearing lingerie, they are sporting self-made outfits fashioned out of plants, leaves, ferns and sticks.

The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is likely not the only inspiration behind the boys’ jungle looks. A Thai teenager named Apichet “Madaew” Atirattana has gained a huge following with his outfits made from everyday objects he finds around the house.

Atirattana’s homemade fashion started to go viral on social media and even landed him a gig as a guest designer on Asia’s Next Top Model. The teen credits his parents for allowing him to play with girls and Barbies while growing up, and says he now wants to prove that looking good doesn’t depend on money.

Check out some of the teen’s looks in the Time video below.


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