7-Yr-Outdated Model Dressmaker Max Alexander Visits The Versace Mansion


Max Alexander has already made a name for himself in the fashion industry at just 7-years-old. So it’s only natural for him to visit the Versace mansion. He clearly loved every second of the experience (even though Max says he was Gucci in a past life).

Max, a dressmaker since the age of 4 when most kids are playing with Playdoh or watching cartoons, has really proven his abilities over and over in just three years and at such a young age. Visiting the Versace mansion was just another pivotal moment for the young fashion designer.

Max Alexander Visited Versace’s Old Home

Max Alexander
Max Alexander Fashion Designer – Instagram

In a recent video shared on Max’s Instagram page, viewers get the chance to see Max exploring the Versace mansion. And he seems right at home! Max checks out the pool, restaurant, enjoys some pizza and dessert, and when asked “Are you sure you’re Gucci, not Versace?” he responds, “Yes, yep. I’m Gucci. But if I was Gucci, I would buy this house.”

“The @versace Mansion was built in 1930 and known for being owned by fashion designer Gianni Versace; he lived there from 1992 until his death in 1997. 🤩 It’s in fashionable Miami Beach, Florida. 🌞 Since 2015, it has operated as a hotel known as The Villa Casa Casuarina.🏨🌞🌴,” the video’s caption begins.

“Max LOVED the house (mostly the pool) and the restaurant @giannisatthevilla . 😋 He seemed oddly at home. What I didn’t catch on camera was when he said – “I’m actually Max Alexander, and I’m coming back to buy this house!” Do we have any doubts??”

See video HERE.

Max Alexander
Max Alexander Fashion Designer – Instagram

Many of Max’s fans dropped into the comments to leave their thoughts on his fun adventure at the Versace mansion and the support he receives from his family.

“I love that you took your very young child seriously and didn’t patronize his interest at such a young age. When I was his age I told my mum I wanted to be a potter. To her credit she looked at buying me a proper wheel but alas too expensive. At 56 I am now a potter and love it. Your son is fabulously talented and inspiring,” one person wrote.

Another added, “Max being able to distinguish the Designers when most kids his age don’t even know who they are is amazing. Your son is truly one of a kind!”

Another follower shared their own experience visiting the Versace mansion. “Love the Versace Mansion. Glad you had the chance to visit Max and family. We surprised my youngest when she was 18 for her birthday dinner. It’s a different feel when you are actually there from seeing it on tv. She just recently went back in her 20s with friends. I wish it was more affordable! 😂 I would go all the time. It’s only a 30 minute drive.💕”

Max Alexander Has Been Designing Swimwear Since He Was Just 4-Years-Old

Max Alexander
Max Alexander – Instagram

A caption to a video showing Max working on some swimwear explains that he’s been designing swimwear since the age of 4 and feels that “there needs to be a fashion revolution at the beach and pool.”

The piece he was seen working on in the video was done when he was 5. The caption continues, “He can’t wait to share with you his new adult swimwear designs soon!”

See video HERE.

Max Alexander
Max Alexander Fashion Designer – Instagram

One follower asked, “Just curious – does he wake up every morning excited to sew? Does he have ideas that come in dreams? Do you have trouble keeping him on task with school, etc. because he just wants to be in the studio all the time? I have questions … 😁😁😁”

To which Max’s mom answered, “He doesn’t sew as much as it looks like here. You are seeing three years of work. He actually hasn’t sewn much this summer. We thought it was really important we travel and he went to camp and played with friends, etc. But yes, I believe he does dream in dresses! He often talks about ideas as he’s falling asleep. He has a pretty balanced life. Sewing is definitely still one of his favorite things to do ❤️”

Another person asked, “Max. Do you ever become frustrated with a design or simply say ‘I gotta start over?’” to which his mom responded, “I did see him get frustrated once. I wasn’t taping him at the time. But he just unpinned it all and told me he was going for a snack lol.”