In an appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Wednesday, Madonna told the host that her son David Banda borrows her clothes.
“He could put on any outfit and look swag as you-know-what,” the singer told Fallon. “It’s really irritating.”
The “Vogue” superstar is a style icon in her own right, and has accumulated many legendary and statement-making fashion moments over the years.
“He wears my clothes and looks better in them,” she continued, adding that he looks great in a dress.
On May 28, Banda went to the WBA World Lightweight Championship wearing a red Adidas x Gucci column dress that gave a nod to one of his mother’s most iconic looks of the 1990s. She wore the Laura Whitcomb-designed dress to the 1993 premiere of “Sleepless In Seattle.”
Much like the original, the newer dress featured a V neckline, Adidas white stripes running down the sides and shoulders, and a daring thigh-high slit.
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Gucci confirmed in an Instagram caption that the newer version was inspired by Madonna’s original look, and called Banda’s outfit “a past-meets-present moment.”
Madonna is also mother to 9-year-old daughter Stella, 15-year-old Mercy James, 21-year-old Rocco Ritchie and 25-year-old Lourdes Leon.
Banda isn’t Madonna’s only child that has a flair for fashion. Leon, whom the singer shares with ex Carlos Leon, is a model and closed out the Marine Serre Spring/Summer 2023 Paris Fashion Week show in June.
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The 25-year-old previously walked in Rhianna’s Savage X Fenty show in the fall and models for a variety of brands, including Burberry and Calvin Klein.
In a sit down with NBC’s Harry Smith in 2019, Madonna spoke about how her children have changed her life.
“It’s reminded me of how precious time is and how each child requires attention and vigilance and guidance in a different way,” she said. “And, really, you need to be ready for anything.”
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Adding, “They teach you to stop being obsessed with yourself because they’re always there to throw wrenches into the works … self-obsession is not allowed with children.”
“The more kids that you have, the better you get at being a parent,” she said.