Gucci unveiled their Fall/Winter 2018-2019 collection at Milan Fashion Week on Wednesday — with fashion models carrying replicas of their severed heads down the runway.
The brand released its collection under the “creative direction” of Italian fashion designer Alessandro Michele.
“The process of creating the replicas is painstakingly meticulous,” reported Vogue. “It took six months to give life to the extraordinary pieces, and Makinarium worked with an array of medias, from molds of the actual models’ heads to 3-D prints and scans.”
Other bizarre occult imagery was paraded around at the fashion show, including eyeballs on limbs, snakes and chameleons, and demon horns.
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“To achieve the awe-inspiring, freakishly stunning replicas, Michele worked with Makinarium, a Rome-based factory of techno-artisans who produce bespoke special and visual effects. From Cinecittà, where they have their atelier, they’ve worked with Ridley Scott, Vlad Marsavin, Danny Boyle, and Ben Stiller.”
Just last week, London Modest Fashion week hosted a pro-Sharia show to “celebrate” the “modest style” lines of oppressive Islamic clothing on the catwalk, as well as a sharia legal clinic and zakat (religious tax) hub at the Victoria House.
And last September, London hosted an “Illuminati-themed” fashion show inside a Catholic church.
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