Gucci's fashion show in Milan, Italy showcased fashion models carrying severed heads.
This was the scene Wednesday in Milan, as the Italian luxury fashion brand showcased their Winter clothing line, with models carrying decapitated heads in the backdrop of a mock surgical operating room.
Describing his motivation behind the morbid display, Gucci’s Designer Alessandro Michele said he was inspired by a futuristic communist manifesto titled “A Cyborg Manifesto,” which advocates for a chimeric, monstrous world of fusions between man, animal and machine.
Expanding on that vision, Mr. Michele said a “hybrid is metaphorically praised as a figure that can overcome the dualism and the dichotomy of identity,” and that the “cyborg, in fact, is a paradoxical creature keeping together nature and culture, masculine and feminine, normal and alien, psyche and matter.”
A translation of this dystopian ideology is simply that a physical biological merger between humans and machines, known as transhumanism, will eliminate Biblical definitions of life, including ones gender, sexual attractions and world view.
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Melania Trump has proven with her sheek outfits that choosing not to dress her was a bad decision.
From Page Six:
Melania Trump is proving to the fashion designers who said they wouldn’t help her that dressing well is the best revenge.
The first lady’s trip to Saudi Arabia, the Vatican, Belgium and Sicily — wearing mostly Dolce & Gabbana — was a fashion tour de force that has forced many naysayers in the rag trade to rethink.
The list of designers who said they wouldn’t dress Melania is long, led by Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, Zac Posen, Christian Siriano and Sophie Theallet.
But Melania has managed to look smashing in dozens of different ensembles, from her white Ralph Lauren jumpsuit on election night to the D&G 3-D floral coat she wore in Sicily on Friday.
Defending the former model against critics who harped on the garment’s $51,500 cost, the Washington Post’s Robin Givhan opined, “Frankly, the floral coat is beautiful.”
“There is a softening, a melting,” stylist Phillip Bloch told me. “Fashion people are fickle and fake. They are starting to see she is a beautiful woman who is married to the president, and it is an honor to dress her.”
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