An octogenarian couple in Taiwan goes viral after they started posing for vogue images whereas sporting the garments left behind by clients of their laundromat.
Husband-and-wife duo Chang Wan-ji (83) and Hsu Sho-er (84) personal and function Wansho Laundry in central Taiwan. Over time, they’ve collected fairly a couple of clothes that clients by no means picked up.
Reef Chang, the couple’s 31-year-old grandson, wished so as to add some pleasure to his grandparents’ day-to-day routine in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, so he urged that they’ve enjoyable by turning the clothes objects into fashionable outfits after which modeling them for a brand new Instagram account, @wantshowasyoung.
A handful of posts in and the account was featured by the New York Times, propelling the couple into the worldwide highlight. The 2 have since gone viral and are actually respectable Instagram celebrities, boasting roughly 600,000 followers (on the time of this writing).
“I had no concept so many foreigners would take curiosity in my grandparents,” Chang tells the Occasions. “That they had nothing to do. I noticed how bored they have been and wished to brighten up their lives.”
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Picture credit: Images by Chang Wan-ji and Hsu Sho-er and used with permission