New York Fashion Week has always turned heads for its bold and stylish ensembles, but some of the looks the models strut down the runway in prompt even the most daring fashionistas to raise an eyebrow.
The fall 2023 NYFW shows ran from February 10 to February 15 and surely didn’t disappoint as it offered up many new designer collections.
The show featured designers like Christian Cowan, LaQuan Smith, and Luis De Javier, who all showcased very unique designs.
From devil horn nipples to prosthetic animal heads, fashionista left the popular runway show feeling stranger then ever.
Now, FEMAIL has revealed the weirdest and wackiest looks from the runway.
Devilishly sexy! Models raise eyebrows as they strut down the runway donning devil horn nipples
Haute couture horns: Julia Fox, 32, had horns jutting out of her cleavage on Tuesday when she rocked the runway for Luis De Javier during New York Fashion Week
Uncut antlers: The Uncut Gems star modeled a strapless blue denim dress for the designer that featured a pair of avant-garde antlers
Toned fashionista: Julia’s figure-hugging look highlighted her slim waistline and allowed her muscular upper body to be showcased
Two of fashion’s biggest faces posed up a storm during New York fashion week as horns jutted out of their cleavage.
Both Julia Fox, 32, and Lourdes Leon, 26 rocked the runway for Luis De Javier as they donned devil horn nipples.
The Uncut Gems star hit the runway and modeled a strapless blue denim dress for the designer that came complete with a pair of avant-garde antlers.
The model and actress added a touch of Fox flare to the ensemble as she paired the devilishly sexy look with her typical black latex gloves and denim booties.
The former dominatrix dominated fashion week as she strutted down the runway, but showgoers were left raising eyebrows and questioning if this was fashion’s next biggest thing.
And Fox wasn’t the only big name donning the devil horns as Madonna’s daughter also sported the wicked ensemble.
Looking wicked! Lourdes Leon was looking devilishly sexy walking the Luis De Javier show during New York Fashion Week
Catwalk queen! All eyes were on Lourdes as she took the runway by storm with an edgy, spike-accessorized hat worn over her glossy black hair
Well heeled! The daughter of pop icon Madonna strutted down the catwalk in black heels
Lourdes put on a very busty display in a red mini dress decked out with horns on the chest.
Sporting bleached eyebrows and knee-high tights adorning her long legs, the model – who was previously turned away from the Marc Jobs show – commanded attention.
Stomping down the catwalk in chic black heels, Lourdes matched her nails to her sinful by painting her fingertips a bright shade of red.
All eyes were on the two models as their devil horns jutted out of their nipples.
Both models sported slicked back hair and a glossy lip that helped them accentuate their perfect pouts.
And although Julia and Lourdes may have pulled off the unusual style that made a statement, you will have to wait until the spring to see if the devilish look seen on the runway heads to the streets.
A very eco-friendly design? Prosthetic animal heads caused a stir on the runway
Collina Strada’s Autumn Winter 2023 New York Fashion Week show took place last night. The majority of models were sent down the runway in some kind of animal prosthetics – including this pig snout
This model was dressed in a green leopard-print co-ord to offset her emerald mouse face and whiskers
A third was given a rodent muzzle, ears and whiskers to wear as they strutted their stuff in a bikini top and bottoms with flare skirt
One designer who is known for her eco-friendly nature took it to a whole new level as she sent models down the runway in animal heads.
Hillary Taymour, the creative director of Collina Strada debuted her new Fall/winter collection at New York Fashion Week.
It featured models donning a variety of convincingly realistic animal prosthetics.
Wearing the brand’s new distressed pink top, one model sent audience members howling as she strutted down the runway with a bedazzled pig snout molded to her nose.
Left: Model is sent down the runway with a pair of elf ears to offset her silk slip dress. Right: Model is given a lizard head prosthetic to model with her checked coat
Left: This model was sent down the runway in a bird beak to match her blue silk suit. Right: Another was given antlers to offset her turquoise ensemble
Left: Model was given a yellow prosthetic animal face to offset their vibrant leopard-print ensemble. Right: This model was given a mouse prosthetic which elongated her face
Creative director Hillary Taymour appeared at the end of the show in a pair of velvet trousers and elf ears
Another model was sent down the runaway in a bright green mouse face complete with white whiskers.
A third model from the eco-friendly fashion house donned a rodent muzzle, ears and whiskers.
Another left showgoers jaws dropped as they sported a vivid green lizard prosthetic over their entire head – with just two slits for their eyes.
And if models donning prosthetic animal heads wasn’t unusual enough, the fashionistas ditched the traditional strut and crawled, pranced and skipped down the catwalk.
Although the models appeared to be having a good time adopting their chose animal’s mannerisms, it doesn’t seem like this will be fashion’s next biggest thing anytime soon as the rows of onlookers sat with baffled looks.
Tape, tape and more tape! Scandalous ensembles made from tape were all the rage
The Black Tape Project held its New York Fashion Week runway show on Sunday, when a group of models strutted their stuff in very risque tape outfits
Designer and the self-described ‘King of Tape’ Joel Alvarez created the scandalous looks
During the third day of NYFW, a group models stunned showgoers as they strutted down the catwalk wearing nothing but tape over their private parts.
The show featured models like Nina Jovanovic, Juniee Bee, and Teddi Mansueto as they all stomped the stomped the runway wearing very scandalous outfits made purely out of body tape.
Onlookers appeared shocked as the ladies left little to the imagination as they showcased the looks, which were all curated by designer Joel Alvarez.
Some of the unique ensembles featured black tape, while others donned shimmering purple, gold, or green.
On his website, Alvarez describes himself as ‘the world’s only body tape expert,’ and the ‘founder and pioneer’ of the body tape art genre
A few of the models even sported tape looks that came complete with tassels or embellishments.
On his website, Alvarez describes himself as ‘the world’s only body tape expert,’ and the ‘founder and pioneer’ of the body tape art genre.
The designer has become a staple at New York Fashion Week, regularly wowing the crowds with his incredibly risque tape ensembles.
He even sells rolls of his signature body tape on his website, with the black hue starting at $9.99 a roll, while the bright shades cost up to $29.99 each.
And while the designer is trying to persuade people to embrace the scandalous looks, it may too bold for even the most daring fashionista.
No bra, no problem! Models donned tiny bras at NYFW
The next big look to come out of 2023 New York Fashion that saw onlookers raising an eyebrow sees models baring it all
Tiny bras became a hot trend on the runway with designers like Christian Cowan, LaQuan Smith, Teyana Taylor, Kim Shui and House of Aama all sending models down the catwalk
Models for Christian Cowen and House of Aama followed in suit as they sported tiny bandeaus and ultra-mini cover ups
The next big look to come out of 2023 New York Fashion Week that saw onlookers raising an eyebrow sees models baring it all.
Tiny bras became a hot trend on the runway with designers like Christian Cowan, LaQuan Smith, Teyana Taylor, Kim Shui and House of Aama all sending models down the catwalk with revealing garments.
During Smith’s show, models donned red, blue, silver, and patterned ultra-mini bras that barley covered their cleavage.
One woman sported a baby blue bandeau, while another donned white fabric that went up to their neck.
Another model showed off her cleavage as she donned a silver bralette.
During Smith’s show, models donned red, blue, silver, and patterned ultra-mini bras that barley covered their cleavage
Sporting a House of Aama top, one model donned a sheer bra that fully revealed their cleavage
All the models gave showgoers a peak of underboob as they stomped down the catwalk.
Models for Kim Shui also wowed as they sported tiny bras that barley covered their cleavage.
One model wore a string bra with the letter ‘K’ just covering her nipples, leaving the rest of her cleavage exposed.
Models for Christian Cowen and House of Aama followed in suit as they sported tiny bandeaus and ultra-mini cover ups.
Sporting a House of Aama top, one model donned a sheer bra that fully revealed their cleavage.
With the warmer months approaching, tiny bras may just be the look of the season.
Bare it all! Sheer gowns took over the catwalk
Sheer looks became all the rage this runway show, with models showcasing their toned physique in barley there ensembles
One model donned a black gown designed by Smith and featured a sheer torso section
The 2023 New York Fashion Week saw many models donning see through looks
Sheer looks became all the rage this runway show, with models showcasing their toned physique in barley there ensembles.
The 2023 New York Fashion Week saw many models donning see through looks.
Designers like Kim Shui, Christian Cowan, House of Aama and LaQuan Smith all sent their models down the catwalk baring it all.
Many of the designers kept things chic as they designed black mesh one pieces that made the models look as classy as ever.
One model donned a black gown designed by Smith.
Designers like Kim Shui, Christian Cowan, House of Aama and LaQuan Smith all sent their models down the catwalk baring it all
Many of the designers kept things chic as they designed black mesh one pieces that made the models look as classy as ever
House of Aama also hoped onto the sheer trend, but put a vibrant twist onto the trend
It featured mesh sleeves and her torso was covered in a sheer fabric, while the rest of the dress was made out of a silk fabric with a drop down skirt that accentuated the model’s trim figure.
Another model completely bared all as she donned a sheer piece of fabric over her head and chest with nothing underneath.
The mesh fabric revealed her breasts but, the model donned a solid black skirt.
House of Aama also hoped onto the sheer trend, but put a vibrant twist onto the trend.
Models strutted down the catwalk donning colorful mesh dresses that showed off their slim figures.
The ensembles included abstract prints and gave a peak of their breasts and thongs underneath.
Get ready for sandal season! Curly toenails were a hot trend at NYFW
Designer Thom Browne sent his models strutting down the catwalk in one of the most unique looks as they sported curly toenails
The designer’s set featured a ‘crashed’ airplane as the first two models represented visitors to the new planet
Designer Thom Browne sent his models strutting down the catwalk in one of the most unique looks as they sported curly toenails.
The designer’s set featured a ‘crashed’ airplane as the first two models represented visitors to the new planet.
But things became strange when models began stomping down the runway with long fingernails and curly toenails.
The models sported white gowns that featured abstract patterns on them.
But things became strange when models began stomping down the runway with long fingernails and curly toenails
Fake white long nails were glued to their fingers and toes and came to a twist at the top.
They were followed by models donning oversized gray blazers, but no long toenails this time around.
And while the toes surely made a statement, you will have to wait to the summer months to see if the NYFW trend will stick.
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