Vaginas were all over NYFW

NYFW saw an entire show dedicated to vaginas [Photo: Rex]
NYFW saw an entire show dedicated to vaginas [Photo: Rex]

New York Fashion Week is in full swing and it’s already causing quite the buzz. From the pregnant model who showcased a bare baby bump, to Nicki Minaj calling out the fashion industry for cultural appropriation.

And now there’s another designer making waves thanks to the subject matter of their runway show: Vaginas.

Vagina sleeves anyone? [Photo: Rex]
Vagina sleeves anyone? [Photo: Rex]

Yep, the Namilia Spring 2018 NYFW collection was an entire ode to lady parts.

Over the weekend, the Berlin-based brand sent models down the catwalk in outfits adorned with itty bitty frou frous.

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From tiny jewel-encrusted vaginas covering a brocade hoop skirt, to of-the-moment balloon sleeves made to look like labias; and feather-fringed fabric vulvas on satin skirts, the entire collection was a tribute down-there.

And boy did it cause a stir.

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According to the NY Post the collection designers Nan Li and Emlia Pfohl were inspired by Denis Diderot’s “The Indiscreet Jewels” which tells the story of a sultan who could make a woman’s vagina (otherwise known as her ‘jewels’) spill its sexual secrets by using his magic ring.

Also present on the runway were pearl-adorned boob tassels and oversized bustiers. Oh and a few bare bottoms made an appearance too.

We can’t wait to see the concept they come up with next year.

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