WHO? WHAT? WOW!: The week in WEIRD
It’s hard to be shocked these days by fashion shows when it’s perfectly normal to see a woman walk down the catwalk in some freakish, sci-fi-looking garb – or even wearing barely anything at all.
However, Korean-born designer Kiminte Kimhekim did just that at Paris Fashion Week on Monday.
In addition to women sporting see-through clothing and other weird looks, Kimhekim had models walk down the catwalk, carrying an IV stand and bag, with the hose taped to the arm. One of the models was pantsless and wore an over-sized T-shirt that read “SICK.”
Media from the show were posted on the Kimhekim’s Instagram page and some were offended.
“You should be ashamed of yourself,” an Instagram user commented on one of the videos. “Healthcare and disabilities aren’t fashion and they shouldn’t be used so you can drum up attention for yourself.”
Another user commented: “What is this?? Being sick isn’t a fashion accessory.”
While a third person simply wrote: “F— no.”
As Teen Vogue reported, Kimhekim also posted a pic of IV bags on their own with the caption: “BOOST YOUR ENERGY • BE YOUR SELF • KIMHEKIM • VITAMINE • IV • DRIP.”
Though, that photo has been since removed from Instagram.
Maybe Kimhekim should just stick to the nearly naked women.