If there’s one thing that the fashion industry is known for, it’s the continuous showcase of bizarre fashion. Japanese fashion label Christian Dada’s collection was not short of baggy clothes adorned with embroidered flowers and photos of tied up nude women, as well as the collection inspired by bondage at the Fall 2016 men’s fashion show in Paris, on Friday.
The fashion label which reportedly made its first official appearance on Paris Fashion Week runway sent down his models in ballooning stovepipe trousers and oversized overcoats, some with belts as wide as a copy of Vogue. His bondage theme were seen with the image of a nude kneeling woman – hands bound together behind her back and printed onto some of the spacious coats paraded on the catwalk to the echoing sound of a beating heart.
As if that was not enough, designer Masanori Morikawa pointed out to AFP that he sprinkled the autumn and winter collection with embroidered flowers and elephants to represent male and female private parts.
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