Boobs Are Back In Fashion

boob fashiongucci1jacquemus4The just-concluded Paris Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2015 kept a(breast) with the libertine spirit of Paris. Yes, French designers have been celebrating the female form in myriad forms this season — from topless runways at Jacquemus to the anatomic boob bags that fashion folks are make a grab for. Rather than send out a model with a tank top on, Simon Porte Jacquemus simply drew a crude outline of one across a model’s bare chest and in another design he strategically placed cloth cutouts of hands over tits.
Lemaire_Boob bagashish7_aw15Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran chose breast-shaped saddle bags to accompany their structural collection. Lemaire literally moulded the bosom into a sleek, across-the-shoulder messenger bag, replete with hardened nipples. Say good-bye to IT bags and hello to TIT bags! At the London Fashion Week, designer Ashish Gupta celebrated Free The Nipple’ movement in his street-walker inspired collection. 
Suki-Waterhouse-Cara-Delevingne-And-Georgia-May-Jagger-See-Through-And-Topless-Covered-For-Vogue-12-675x900In fact breasts were back earlier…on the red carpet at the Golden Globe. Glancing nonchalantly down at Jennifer Lopez’s impressive cleavage at Golden Globes, actor Jeremy Renner quipped: You’ve got the globes, too.”  Renner’s comment was hardly razor sharp, but in his defense J-Lo’s ‘globes’ were hard to avoid, showcased as they were in a gold, caped Zuhair Murad gown slashed deep enough. J-Lo wasn’t the only one attracting male gaze. Kate Hudson’s chest was barely covered by shreds of white Versace. Jessica Chastain opted for another slashed Versace halter-neck in bronze, while Sienna Miller (in Miu Miu) and Rosamund Pike (in a Vera Wang dress) followed suit.
Kate-Moss-Painted-Body-For-W-Magazine-Paolo-Roversi-11The latest edition of W Magazine has Kate Moss posing bare-chested with painted nipples. Everybody is celebrating the breast!

1 Reply to “Boobs Are Back In Fashion”

  1. abhilasha says:

    Is this supposed to be sexy? Its so blahhh- same feeling you get when you see women with lehengas with tiny cholis without dupattas… like they are donning incomplete outfits. I get the principal behind the libertine spirit, but just don’t see the appeal. I get the libertine spirit. Wonder how this is going to influence summer 2015 main street style.

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