Terry Biviano's Fashion Week Emergency

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When you're a celebrity during fashion week and you're running between shows and having designers begging you to wear their clothes, sometimes you can find yourself caught out.

Just ask Terry Biviano, who had a little wardrobe emergency of her own ahead of the Misha Collection show earlier this week.

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Terry Biviano in the front row at Misha Collection alongside Ksenija Lukich, Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich. Photo: Getty Images
Terry Biviano in the front row at Misha Collection alongside Ksenija Lukich, Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich. Photo: Getty Images

The shoe designer was backstage with Misha Collection's designer Michelle Aznavorian ahead of her MBFWA show starring Bella Hadid, and the pair were selecting a look for Biviano to wear to the show.

As most of us #shortgirls will understand, the gowns (which are made for the amazonian models walking down the runway) were all way too long for the petite star.

Bella Hadid opening the Misha Collection show. Photo: Getty Images
Bella Hadid opening the Misha Collection show. Photo: Getty Images

Thankfully however, that's all in a days work for Aznavorian who whipped out some scissors and transformed the dress on the spot.

"She had to get the scissors out and literally cut the hems off to make them appropriate," Biviano tells Yahoo7's guest editor Nikki Phillips. "And I didn't have any shoes so I'm wearing boots under it".

Phew, crisis averted!

Terry Biviano chats with Nikki Phillips at Fashion Week
Terry Biviano chats with Nikki Phillips at Fashion Week


Keep up with all our coverage of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia at yahoo7.com.au/mbfwa.


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