Johnny Weir and his Olympic outfits at Sochi has become one of the most-talked about stories to come out of the winter games. (You can see some of Johnny's amazing style HERE!)
So, it comes to no surprise that some of the male figure skaters who most likely consider him a mentor want to be stylized by the man himself!
Men's Figure Skating gold medal winner Yuzuru Hanyu is not only the first first Japanese man to win the gold in the men's long skate program, but he's also the second-youngest to win gold at 19, AND, has let JW design his costume!
Talking about the winning costume, Johnny said:
"I really brought it for the men's competition. Yuzuru Hanyu is wearing a costume I designed. And he won. Pretty cool."
Patrick Chan of Canada took the silver and Denis Ten of Kazakhstan won the bronze, probably because their outfits WEREN'T designed by the best part of this year's Winter Olympics!
You can see the costume (above)!
You can't say what it doesn't totally look something Weir-esque!
[Image via Instagram & AP Images.]
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