Celebrities Are Endorsing This Creepy AF Makeup Trend Ahead Of The Fashion Week
Is this the latest New York Fashion week makeup trend? Celebrities like Chrissy Teigen and Kim Kardashian certainly think so
Fashion might be a form of self-expression, but what do you call one that makes your skin crawl?
Just days ahead of the spring summer fashion weeks, celebrities like Chrissy Teigen, Kim Kardashian and designer Tan France have been showing off weird body implants that look like abnormal growth.
Rest assured, it is not abnormal growth but 'art,' courtesy a fashion brand named A Human.
The implants aka jewellery-cum-makeup first broke the Internet when reality television star Kim Kardashian featured it in one of her Instagram stories.
She was seen wearing a necklace that can best be described as a choker implanted into her neck.
Soon after the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star posted her video, US-based Filipino supermodel Chrissy Teigen posted hers. Only this time, the 'artistic' jewellery-cum-makeup got creepier.
She was seen flaunting feathers on (wait for it)...her chest.
While sharing her video, the A. Human Instagram page posted, "The Black Swan emerges. (emoticon) @chrissyteigen finds her wings in A. Human Feathers SS19 ?, a one-of-a-kind piece designed exclusively for her."
Soon after her approval for the creepy AF artistic jewellery, fashion designer and Queer Eye’s Tan France, also posted one of himself. He was seen wearing a gill-styled ruffled collar that looked like human skin around his neck.
He even announced that this collection of jewellery will start rolling out, come New York Fashion Week.
"I was lucky enough to get an exclusive glimpse of A. Human’s new collection, and it looks like I’m taking something home! (emoticon). This lil beauty is The Tudor, and you can see it for yourself this #NYFashionWeek when they open their flagship store," he wrote.
For the uninitiated, despite their scary AF appearance, these accessories are not actually implanted into the skin. They are all part of an artistic exhibition developed by brand, A Human.
The company describes itself as “a fashion brand from the future where self-expression isn’t defined by what you put on your body, but how you change your body.”
Founded by Simon Huck, A Human, will showcase its exhibition during the New York Fashion Week in a day for a $40 entry ticket.
And while you and I continue to wonder about how one can actually wear this unusual art, many on the Internet are divided about its likability factor.
Some think this is creepy AF, while others wish to see the exhibition asap. Could this be a New York Fashion Week makeup trend ready to explode? Would you be willing to try this?
Let us know in the Comments section below.