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Three-breasted models walked the runway at bizarre Milan Fashion Week show

Looks weird but these models walked the runway sophisticatedly while wearing their three-fake-prosthetic-breasts. An Italian streetwear God Can’t Destroy Streetwear known as GCDS sent two models to walk their neon-bright collection during Milan Fashion Week with three prosthetic breasts attached on their natural breast.

This concept reminds us of a famous film in the 80s – Total Recall starred by Arnold Schwarzenegger, wherein he speaks to three-breasted mutant sex worker in a Mars bar.

via Sony Pictures Entertainment

Looks familiar?


This collection inspired the Creative Director, Giuliano Calza to make heavy ideas. He wants GCDS collection to portray it as a wake-up call with the idea of society’s future wherein computers will no longer exist.

He wants us learn how to live without them.

During his interview with Women’s Wear Daily, Calza said: “We’re a young group here — we’re all under 30 — and I wanted to talk to people our age about the future and get them thinking about plastics, water shortage and the environment. Full sustainability is impossible, and I wanted this show to be a wake-up call.”

That’s why he worked a bit dystopia with this collection.  InqPOP!/Nicole Ortega

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