Triwer – "Four days," says the person who made Sam Smith's look at the Brit Awards. The 30-year-old "Unholy" singer, who is non-binary and uses they/them pronouns, wore a campy latex outfit with inflated arms and legs to the ceremony at the O2 Arena on Saturday, February 11. It took a lot of work to make the viral look come to life.
On Monday, February 13, Harri, the fashion designer who made Sam's outfit, went on "Good Morning Britain" and talked about how much skill it took to get it from the page to Sam. "They walked all the way to the red carpet in it... I think that they did a great job, "He talked about how they got it into the car and to the location.
When asked if Sam used "talcum powder" to get into the outfit, Harri said it was made just for the singer of "Latch." "They put it on like a custom-made suit; it fits them perfectly."
Harri, whose real name is Harikrishnan Keezhathil Surendran Pillai, recently said that he wanted to work with Sam after both of them got a lot of "hate comments" like body shaming and homophobic abuse after his new music video came out and people said it was "Satanic."
He said, "After "Unholy," Sam was getting a lot of mean comments about how they looked. This is how I think they should celebrate their natural shape and the beauty of being themselves. I wanted to make a picture of Sam that no one had ever seen before."