Chinese designer Xander Zhou got the world talking after his show Monday at London Fashion Week, which featured "pregnant" male models strutting their prosthetic bellies down the runway in Zhou’s Supernatural, Extraterrestrial & Co. clothing line.
The male models whose looks ranged from fresh-faced to creeper, clutched their covered baby bumps and could also be seen flaunting them in belly baring looks and shirts bearing phrases like "New World Baby."
But pregnant male models weren't the only otherworldly visions Zhou had gracing his runway—he also included 6-armed men, demonic eyes, and an interesting dental headgear and visor combo that barely raised an eyebrow in comparison.
Zhou went all in on the theatrics on his Instagram, stating,
At Supernatural, Extraterrestrial & Co., we're prepared to welcome a future of male pregnancy.
While the reviews were mixed, the show did what it was no doubt intended to—get attention for the designer:
Most ignored the designer's vision of pregnant men in favor of one that matched their own physiques:
The collection DID have it's fans...
And a few pragmatic reminders...
A few other looks shown by Zhou:
More From Guacamoley
People weren't quite sure how to react to this aquatic obscurity.
Girls may run the world, but it's not always easy.
These thieves are real buttheads.
Fans think Ferris Bueller needs a "day off" to re-think this decision.