Online searches for ‘leopard print dress’ explode 426% after Megan Thee Stallion’s Grammys red carpet appearance
Analysis of Google search data reveals that online searches for ‘leopard print dress’ exploded 426% in the UK on the 4th of April, just hours after Megan Thee Stallion’s red-carpet appearance at the 64th annual Grammys.
A new finding by fabric experts Dalston Mill Fabrics reveals that online interest for ‘leopard print dress’ skyrocketed five times the average volume in the first few hours after Megan Thee Stallion’s appearance, an unprecedented spike in people searching to mirror the animal printed Roberto Cavalli gown.
A spokesperson for Dalston Mill Fabrics commented on the findings:
“The Grammys are the perfect night for celebrities to showcase their most fashionable red-carpet looks and last night was no exception. Megan Thee Stallion especially turned heads in a bold one-shouldered leopard print dress paired with statement earrings, black stilettos and a dramatic cat-eye to complete the fierce look.
In addition to being one of the most successful female rappers in history, Megan is also known for her statement outfits and these findings highlight just how captivated her fans are by both her music and fashion choices, with a single dress influencing fashion trends across the internet.”