Home » Jamie Azzopardi: Influencer’s cringeworthy Australian Fashion Week arrival as they get three ‘minders’ to carry the train of their OTT dress into the event: ‘It is not the MET gala’

Jamie Azzopardi: Influencer’s cringeworthy Australian Fashion Week arrival as they get three ‘minders’ to carry the train of their OTT dress into the event: ‘It is not the MET gala’

A Sydney-based stylist known for their extravagant outfit choices turned heads at Australian Fashion Week on Monday.

Jamie Azzopardi, who is non-binary and uses they/them pronouns, was spotted strutting through Carriageworks in Sydney flanked by an entourage of minders meticulously carrying their extravagant outfit.

However, not everyone was impressed by the spectacle.

Watching from a distance, former Married At First Sight star Carolina Santos couldn’t resist throwing a shade  at Azzopardi’s elaborate arrival.

The reality TV star took to social media to mock the stylist quipping, ‘What the f**K is that? Does Jamie think [they] are at the MET Gala or something? Why are people holding [their] clothes?’

Sydney-based stylist Jamie Azzopardi has turned heads at Australian Fashion Week for all the wrong reasons 

Eyewitnesses described Azzopardi’s arrival as nothing short of a performance.

Dressed in a detailed gown which featured layers of fine fabric and intricate embellishments, the stylist made sure every eye was on them.

Azzopardi’s ‘minders’ were seen constantly adjusting every detail of their attire, ensuring that not a single fold was out of place as photographers snapped away.

Azzopardi, who is non-binary and uses they/them pronouns, was spotted strutting through Carriageworks in Sydney flanked by an entourage of minders meticulously carrying their extravagant outfit

Azzopardi, who is non-binary and uses they/them pronouns, was spotted strutting through Carriageworks in Sydney flanked by an entourage of minders meticulously carrying their extravagant outfit

Azzopardi, who is non-binary and uses they/them pronouns, was spotted strutting through Carriageworks in Sydney flanked by an entourage of minders meticulously carrying their extravagant outfit 

Watching from a distance, former Married At First Sight star Carolina Santos couldn't resist throwing a shade at Azzopardi's elaborate arrival

Watching from a distance, former Married At First Sight star Carolina Santos couldn’t resist throwing a shade at Azzopardi’s elaborate arrival 

Dressed in a detailed gown that featured layers of fine fabric and intricate embellishments, the stylist made sure every eye was on them

Dressed in a detailed gown that featured layers of fine fabric and intricate embellishments, the stylist made sure every eye was on them 

Australian Fashion Week has gone from one of the country’s most prestigious events to one flanked by reality stars, wannabes and micro-influencers.

Industry insiders have told Daily Mail Australia that this year’s designers are taking caution and want nothing to do with ‘fame hungry MAFS stars desperate to be seen at fashion week.’

Australian Fashion Week runs until Friday May 17.