It certainly seems that by now, there shouldn't be a fashion designer on earth unaware of both the proliferation of affordable video editing software, and the internet, but it seems some of the world's most powerful people keep such designers on retainer. Like Melania Trump, who appeared alongside her Donald on Thursday for the final night of the Republican National Convention wearing a lime green dress almost the exact color of standard green screen.
You can probably guess what happened next. Melania's dress became the vessel through which hundreds of people on Twitter mocked the night's proceedings by superimposing video of everything from the weather, to coronavirus statistics, to current events and more.
Here for instance is Melania, walking down the steps in "Total U.S. coronavirus deaths":
Gorgeous dress pic.twitter.com/JV0Da0RLrU
— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) August 28, 2020
Here she is with the weather report:
— Yes, You're Racist (@YesYoureRacist) August 28, 2020
Here she is repping what some have called "the worst TikTok in history":
Melania’s dress >>>>>> pic.twitter.com/UTmSTue6et
— Barstool News Network (@BarstoolNewsN) August 28, 2020
Here she is apparently showing her support for Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden:
— Scott Brown (@ScottBrownDC) August 28, 2020
Here she is enjoying the stick bug meme:
melania's green dress needed some help pic.twitter.com/YuqQxteSaY
— fritz (@pickIeisland) August 28, 2020
Here's another look at how COVID-19 has affected the country:
— zedster (@z3dster) August 28, 2020
And finally, here's "The Daily Show" reminding everyone who Donald Trump took a lot of photographs with:
Melania's fashion choices always send a message pic.twitter.com/FvriwnX0fR
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) August 28, 2020
The moral of the story: Don't wear this color green, people. The meme you avoid could be your own.