The mainstream media is still reeling from the Hollywood-defying “Make America Great Again” dress worn by singer Joy Villa at the Grammys.
However, the media just may have a stroke upon discovering who actually designed the dress.
Andre Soriano is the designer — and he defies the liberal narrative in every way. He’s an immigrant who went from the Philippines to the United States when he was just 16-years-old, looking to make it big in the fashion industry, the Gateway Pundit reports.
Well, Andre made it big, essentially epitomizing the American dream. He now owns a very successful, and rather eccentric, fashion company called “Andre Soriano,” which is based out of California.
Andre got this inspiration after his favorite singer, Madonna, stated that she wanted to “blow up the White House” at the infamous Women’s March. So, instead of Joy Villa wearing the initial dress he had designed, they went back to the drawing board, creating the masterpiece that was going to “unite the country,” as Andre stated.
The dress that Joy Villa wore was made from a Trump Flag. As a huge Trump supporter, Joy was naturally very excited about the dress.
Andre stated that, “We only have one President and that is President Trump. It’s not Hillary.”
He went on to say in reference to making the Pro-Trump dress that “Just like Rosa Parks, we are going to stand up for our rights as Americans,” noting that “the dress was designed in love, it is all about love.”
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