Lourdes Leon fashion show drama takes NEW turn with clips of her sitting front ... trends now
The drama surrounding Madonna's 'nepo baby' Lourdes Leon and the Marc Jacobs fashion show has taken another turn.
In a TikTok video posted Thursday night, Lourdes, 24, was seen being being turned away from the venue for arriving at 6pm after doors closed.
Content creator Mickey Blank, who posted the original video on her account @mickmicknyc, informed DailyMail.com: 'The guards at the entrance told her they can't let her in but she's welcome to come back to the second show at 7pm.'
Now Vogue has posted an Instagram montage that included clips of Lourdes sitting front row at the Marc Jacobs runway.
'For the record, Lola Leon made it to @marcjacobs's spring 2023 show—and thrived along the way, even despite a wardrobe malfunction!' the caption insisted.
Putting their foot down: Madonna's 'nepo baby' Lourdes Leon was seen on TikTok being turned away from Thursday's Marc Jacobs show in New York for arriving at 6pm after doors closed
In?: Now Vogue has posted an Instagram montage that included clips of Lourdes sitting front row at the Marc Jacobs runway
The fracas occurred just two years after Lourdes was named the face of the fashion brand's spring 2021 campaign.
A viral TikTok posted by the account @mickmicknyc showed Lourdes trying to enter the venue Thursday only to be stopped by security on her way up the stairs.
Voiceover narration at the start of the clip claimed that Lourdes turned up at 6pm on the dot - the precise time the runway show was scheduled to start.
The man she arrived with was seen speaking with the guards for over a minute but he and Lourdes were repeatedly informed the event was 'closed.'
While Lourdes tried to finagle her way into the show, bystanders could be heard trying to tell the guards who she was. 'Let her in, she's the doll!' wailed one, while another gobsmacked onlooker asked: 'You don't know who she is?'
Their efforts reached a fever pitch when they began repeatedly chanting: 'Let her in!' only for Lourdes to be rebuffed anyway.
Eventually Lourdes gave up and sloped off, shielding her face with one hand as she headed back into the cold New York night.
Mickey Blank (@mickmicknyc), a NYC based content creator, known for her behind the scenes NYC filming sets and NFFW coverage, was at the scene and told DailyMail.com: 'I'm used to seeing celebrities coming to NYFW events, but this was my first time seeing a celebrity being denied access.
Pride of place: 'For the record, Lola Leon made it to @marcjacobs's spring 2023 show—and thrived along the way, even despite a wardrobe malfunction!' the caption insisted
'The result?': Vogue gushed that the Marc Jacobs runway played host to 'A 'get the hell away from me' kind of show and collection that fashion fans, including Lola, can't stop talking about'
'The whole process took about six minutes. She stepped out of the car with a young man by her side at 5:59pm refusing to pose for a photo and even covering her face (very unusual behavior for NYFW, usually celebrities coming to these events are happy to interact with the photographers).
'The guards at the entrance told her they can't let her in but she's welcome to come back to the second show at 7pm. At 6:06 she was back in her car leaving the scene. Through all this time waiting outside she didn't once turned her head to the camera.'
She had dressed for the show in a busty denim ensemble complete with a torn-up matching coat that slid fashionably down her arms.
Accessorizing with a denim handbag, she lent herself a touch of added stature by lacing herself into a towering pair of stiletto boots.
Lourdes sharpened her unmistakable features with makeup and let her curtains of luxuriously long black hair fall free over her shoulders.
Vogue Magazine leapt to Lourdes' defense, sharing video of the star inside the venue, presumably attending the second show after being kept out of the first one.
The magazine wrote: 'For the record, Lola Leon made it to @marcjacobs's spring 2023 show—and thrived along the way, even