Turn down for what?! The Dallas Museum of Art in Texas is celebrating what would have been Frida Kahlo's 110th birthday on July 6 with a lookalike gathering for the ages in hopes of securing a Guinness World Record.
"Grab your flower crowns, connect your eyebrows, throw on a shawl, and head to the Dallas Museum of Art to be part of a record-setting event," the museum's Frida Fest event page states.
In order to be counted as a Kahlo, “individuals must provide their own costume, which cannot be shared among multiple individuals, and follow the costume rules set by Guinness World Records.”
Those rules include a unibrow, a minimum of three artificial flowers in the hair, "a red or pink shawl," and "a flower-printed dress that extends to below the knees on all sides; the dress must not have any slits up the side."
According to the Dallas Star Telegram, Latina-run beauty brand Reina Rebelde will be on hand to “help you embrace the unibrow with complimentary Frida Kahlo–inspired looks.”
The event will help end the museum's successful “México 1900–1950: Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco and the Avant-Garde” art exhibition with a bang.
A museum official told the Dallas Star Telegram they've already seen exhibit attendees in Kahlo-inspired attire.
Source: Dallas Star Telegram
This awesome fan gathering seems like a natural progression, and with such a large Mexican community in the region, we can already see why this event will be one for the record books.
If you are down for the cause, you can register to be a Frida for free here.