Dylan Mulvaney shows extremely sharp cheekbones and thin figure as she walks for New York Fashion Week
Mulvaney, 26, wore a light blue bedazzled gown with matching sparkly blue stilettos to The Blonds Spring Summer 2024 fashion show in New York City
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK: Dylan Mulvaney strutted down the runway at New York Fashion Week, flaunting her razor-sharp cheekbones and slim figure.
Mulvaney, 26, wore a light blue bedazzled gown with matching sparkly blue stilettos to The Blonds Spring Summer 2024 fashion show in New York City on Wednesday night, September 13.
This is one of Mulvaney's rare public apearances ever since the controversy surrounding her partnership with Bud Light in April, which resulted in boycotts and the brand's value plummeting, per the Daily Mail.
Did Dylan Mulvaney undergo facial surgery?
Mulvaney confidently walked the ramp but it was her chiseled cheekbones that stole the show. Mulvaney underwent grueling facial feminization surgery in which parts of her skull were sawn off and sanded down to give her face a more feminine appearance - it's unclear if she's since had additional facial surgery done to her.
Mulvaney posed with other celebrities who attended The Blonds fashion show, including Queer Eye's Jonathan Van Ness and model Dominique Jackson, after the show.
Mulvaney recently received an award for 'breakout creator'
Mulvaney recently received an award for 'breakout creator' at the 2023 Streamy Awards and used her acceptance speech to address the 'extreme amount of transphobia and hate' she has received.
Mulvaney has spent much of 2023 embroiled in controversy as a result of her Bud Light partnership, which she also mentioned in her Streamy speech when she said, "I love you so much, thank you, thank you, I'm gonna go have a beer and... I love ya!"
Dylan Mulvaney in Bud Light's 'March Madness' campaign caused huge backlash
Mulvaney dressed up as Holly Golightly for Bud Light's "March Madness" campaign in April and was given a can of the light beer embossed with an image of her face.
It sparked outrage among beer drinkers across the country, who accused Bud Light of attempting to impose progressive beliefs on them and their favorite brand, as reported by DailyMail.
The Mulvaney Bud Light promotion cost the parent company Anheuser-Busch $27 billion, resulting in corporate layoffs. As customers refused to be seen with a can of Bud after the campaign, the brand quickly lost the title of "America's favorite beer."
Since the April debacle, Anheuser-Busch has struggled to maintain its image as a market leader while remaining supportive of LGBTQ organizations.
The brand has yet to apologize for the campaign, and CEO Brendon Whitworth has avoided the topic in the few interviews he's agreed to since the backlash began.