New York Fashion Week goes completely bonkers

 
New York Fashion Week goes completely bonkers
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The latest in men's fashion shown at the New York Fashion Week... is pure utter madness.

Alejandro Gomez Palomo, a 24-year-old designer who debuted with his lascivious namesake label, Palomo Spain, at the New York Fashion Week on Thursday afternoon, did it with a collection called "Objecto Sexual," which translates to sexual object from the original Spanish. It received whoops and cheers from a front row including the model Hari Nef, singer Troye Sivan, stylist Mel Ottenberg, Kanye West collaborator Eli Russell Linnetz, and photographer Ryan McGinley, according to Wmagazine.

"It’s all the boys in the club," said Palomo of his collection the following day. "You’ve got the dandies, the very serious, masculine guys, and then you’ve got the slutty boys in high boots."

Call me old fashioned, but seriously, huh?

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When will the madness stop?

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