NSFW! Flesh flashing on the runway just went to the next level
Full-frontal nudity was theme of the day at Rick Owens’ AW15 menswear show, as his male models stepped out pants-free in a series of peep-hole tunics and bias cut cloaks with crotch cut-outs. Pooh Bear style.
Click through the gallery above to see all the #NotSuitableForWork pictures
The Paris Fashion Week designer loves nothing more than when his runway spectaculars get people talking (he previously hired a professional step team to model his womenswear line) but things may have gone a todger too far even for him at his latest menswear presentation.
As a giggling front row began zooming with their iPhones, #rickowens, #dickowens and #freethepeen started trending on Twitter.
‘Donald Ducking is officially in!’ declared Jezebel. ‘Rick Owens went balls-out,’ tweeted GQ.
We see bare boobs on the runway all the time but, set in a draughty warehouse in Paris, was this a statement flesh flash too far? Tell us what you think on Twitter @MarieClaireUK.
Oh and the range is open to pre-orders now, BTW. Any takers?
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