A Sydney designer took things to a whole new level after she ditched jewelry and replaced it with an unexpected item.
When you think of a runway, sex toys are the last thing that comes to mind.
But at this year’s Afterpay Australian Fashion Week, a Sydney designer took things to a whole new level with her latest collection, Oasis Resort 23.
Karla Spetic spiced up the audience and replaced jewelry with sexual wellness toys.
“My main goal in collaborating with Lovehoney is to enhance and build women’s self-confidence through fashion and fun,” Karla said of the sex accessories.
“The available Lovehoney product range has been aesthetically matched to both shapes and colors of our new Oasis SS23 collection and I am super excited.”
Models wore the Lovehoney Tease Finger Vibrator and Fifty Shades of Gray Sensation Rechargeable Finger Vibrator as rings, while some models swapped clutches for the brand’s Glow Up Rechargeable Bullet vibrators.
A model wearing a sheer green jumpsuit took to her Instagram to share a close-up photo of her matching $24.95 “ring”, describing it as “iconic”.
Meanwhile, a model wearing a black and white long-sleeved top and matching patterned pants subtly flashes the $64.95 black rechargeable vibrator on her finger.
It’s all about the glitz, glamor and wild looks at this year’s Fashion Week at Sydney’s Carriageworks.
Imogen Anthony, former girlfriend of radio host Kyle Sandilands, turned heads in her unusual outfit consisting of a bra, corset and unbuttoned jeans on day two of the popular event.
While fellow model Mimi Elashiry also left fans in awe in a punchy design after she attended an AFW dinner on Tuesday to celebrate designer Paco Rabanne.
The 26-year-old shared snaps of her revealing $3055 Maison Margiela black lace dress with her 1.2 million Instagram followers.
She wore the sheer dress over a black bra and G-string.
Her lingerie set was from Melbourne-based brand Hopeless Lingerie, known for its “dark, modern, romantic” garments.
Originally published as Afterpay Australian Fashion Week: Sydney designer adds X-rated item to new collection