Sam Smith's Viral BRITs Outfit Completed in Four Days

The fashion designer who made the bizarre latex number donned by the 'Writing's on the Wall' hitmaker at BRIT Awards reveals he spent four days to finish the outfit.

AceShowbiz - Sam Smith's look at the Brit Awards was completed in "four days," says its creator. The "Unholy" hitmaker, 30, - who is non-binary and uses they/them pronouns - wore a campy latex number with inflated arms and legs to attend the ceremony on Saturday night, February 11 at the O2 Arena and it took a lot of work to bring the viral look to life.

On Monday, February 13, Harri, the fashion designer who created Sam's look, revealed the extent of the craft needed to take it from page to reality while appearing on "Good Morning Britain". "They walked in it [inflated] all the way to the red carpet… I think they did a fantastic job," he detailed how they got it into the car to the venue.

After being asked if Sam relied on "talcum powder" to get into the garment, Harri explained it was custom made for the "Latch" crooner. "They put it on like a tailored suit, it's made for them."

Recently, Harri - whose real name is Harikrishnan Keezhathil Surendran Pillai - explained he was interested in collaborating with Sam after they received a barrage of "hate comments" including body shaming and homophobic abuse amid the release of his new music video and allegations it was "Satanic."

He said, "Sam was having a lot of hate comments recently after 'Unholy' about their body image. This is my take on celebrating [their] natural form and the beauty of being one's self. I wanted to create an image which people have never seen Sam in."

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