Body modification implants could be the future of fashion

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Fashion is always evolving. One futuristic exhibit has totally taken it to new levels by introducing the idea of using body modification implants as accessories.

The experimental concept called A. Human comes from Simon Huck, a long time friend of the fashion forward Kardashians.

His artistic pieces resemble body parts and look like theyre growing as part of the persons anatomy. Theyre often seen augmenting parts of the neck or the chest for example.

Celebs like Kim Kardashian and Chrissy Teigen were seen showing some of the accessories off so who knows, it might just catch on.

Clothes and shoes might just become so last year.

Reality star Kim supported her friend by endorsing an alien implant necklace which lights up and is meant to be worn under the skin.



It moves to the rhythm of my heartbeat, she said about the prosthetic in an Instagram story.

Chrissy Teigen and Queer Eyes Tan France also showed off the collection respectively wearing angel wings on the chest and spiky shells growing around the neck, all in nude skin tones to look as natural as possible.

This little beauty is The Tudor, Tan told his Instagram followers, and you can see it for yourself this New York Fashion Week when they open their flagship store.

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Model Andreja Pejic also got in on the act with a pair of horned shoulders with a blue tip.

Other aspects of the theatrical line include a conch-shell-like permanent heel or inserting DNA-mirrored hearts into you and your lover.

If you want to learn more about the concept or visit the exhibit, its in New York City (sorry Britain) and admission costs are $40 (£31). More details are on the website.

Here are celebrities wearing body modification implants

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