Kim Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen and other stars show crazy-cool "body modifications" of the new futuristic fashion brand A. Human.
Kardashian, 37, visited Instagram to show a choker necklace that appears to be immersed in her skin (the result of a high-tech cosmetics spell). The wearable art flashes in neon yellow color as it synchronizes to the beat of her heart, as seen in a series of videos on her Instagram story.
"My necklace shines like a heartbeat," Kardashian said in the video. "It moves to the rhythm of my heartbeat. Thank you A. Human."
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Teigen, 32, has received a very different and unique design design was molded onto her breast.
The star's intricate body artwork showed feathers of skin growing out of her chest. "Thank you A. Human for my new feathers! I feel it."
Teigen's two-year-old daughter Luna was also a fan of her looks. "I like it!" She said in the background of her video. "You like it too?" Answered Teigen.
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Queer Eyes Tan France was also one of the first celebrities to give fans a glimpse into to give the upcoming art experience to be presented in NYC from September 5th to September 30th.
"You folks !!! I was lucky enough to get an exclusive look at A. Humans new collection, and it looks like I'm taking something home!" This little beauty is The Tudor and you can see this #NYFashionWeek when they open their flagship store. @Ahuman #Ahuman, "France wrote about his look" The Tudor, "the very first living jewel of disheveled skin and bioreactive crystals.
The progressive fashion brand was founded by Command PR owner and longtime Kardashian friend Simon Huck and is the first line with body modifications instead of clothing. At the New York Fashion Week, the Society of Spectacle's theatrical art experience will showcase a whole collection of designs, where guests will wonder what is real and what is fantasy.
In a press release, Huck said, "It was important to root that experience into optimism as we encourage our guests to think about a possible future of fashion, thus making them question their definitions of self-expression to ask. "