Yes, seriously. The invention, courtesy of Japanese brand Thibaut, debuted during Amazon Fashion Week and people can’t stop talking about them.
If you’re interested, a pair of thong jeans can be yours for just $70.
Somewhat defeating the purpose of wearing a jumper, Calvin Klein introduced the world to a torso-less jumper.
The American label, under the leadership of Raf Simons, debuted a sheer torso look which retails at $2700.
Looking for a swimsuit that will set you apart?
These bathers inspired by the President of the United States of America will definitely get you some attention on the beach.
The bewildered Trump all-in-one retails for $70 and is available over on Beloved Shirts’ website.
If you've ever struggled to decide between jeans and shorts, this fashion invention is for you.
New label Y/Project introduced us to detachable jeans which can transform into teensy shorts if needed. But for the shorts/jeans hybrid, you’ll need to set aside $610.
Anyone who pays attention to the catwalk, will know that the XL trend has come and go over recent seasons.
But label Y/Project’s denim jacket took the trend to a whole new level after introducing ankle-skimming sleeves to Net-A-Porter. And it can be yours for $790.
We’re all for the revival of the nineties-inspired waist-cut swimsuit.
But when label Beloved Shirts gave us the gift of the ‘sexy chest’ bodysuit, we didn’t know where to look…
Topshop introduced the fashion sphere to transparent jeans this year and the Internet was predictably divided.
The MOTO Clear Plastic Straight Leg jeans promise to ‘get people talking’ and it seems they are guaranteed to do exactly that…
Yep you read that correctly: this year, ASOS launched a pair of jeans which featured a rather bizarre panel at the back leading them to be dubbed the ‘fake bum crack’ look.
And if you’re still up for trialling the trend, they’re still in stock (surprise, surprise).