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- The Winter Olympics opening ceremony aired Friday night on NBC.
- There were a number of memorable outfits, including that of the flag bearer for New Zealand.
- Beau-James Wells, a freestyle skier, wore a fur cape to the opening ceremony.
- This fashion moment got the internet talking.
- The cape, however, holds a special meaning in New Zealand.
The Pyeongchang 2018 opening ceremony aired Friday night, giving fans a peak at the athletes who will be vying for the gold over the next few weeks. Throughout the Parade of Nations, in which delegations walk through the stadium, people on Twitter were commenting on the various outfits at the opening ceremony — from Team USA's suede fringe gloves to the Tonga flag bearer's oil-soaked abs (yes friends, he's back.)
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