New Fashion: Carrying Models Upside Down

(Photo: Francois G Durand/WireImage)

Never mind how it looks. This is what the cool people are wearing these days. So get with it. You'll need a harness and a second person--preferably a light one.

Fashion designer Rick Owens offered this outfit and others similar to it to visitors of Fashion Week in Paris this past week. Thankfully, he intends for this to be just an artistic expression for the catwalk, not everyday wear at the home or office. Owens's arrangement of one model carrying another upside down is a way of saying that we all have to carry each other's burdens in society. He explained on the extremely poorly designed website Dazed Digital:

Owens's collection also includes menswear. Specifically, the male models are wearing shapeless fabric sacks that cover their entire bodies except for their genitals.

I'll forgo including a picture of that one.

Those woman are already malnourished, and now they have to carry each other? At least they didn't make the carrier wear high heels! Did you notice the other model's shoes?
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