Jacquemus' Paris Fashion Week Show Featured Topless Models, Paper Bag Masks, And Lots Of NSFW Looks

It looks like #FreeTheNipple has already made its way to Paris Fashion Week. On the first day of the final leg of fashion month, cool girl label Jacquemus used topless models to display the latest collection. The showing was filled with weird face makeup, paper bag masks, and, yes, a lot of boobage.

Designer Simon Porte didn't waste any time shocking the show's attendees — he opened with a model wearing a cylindrical skirt, bare feet, a paper bag mask, and a drawn-on neckline of a shirt (read: no actual shirt.) To be honest, after I moved past the whole nipple thing, I had to wonder: how could the model see? But that's probably beside the point.

Porte went on to send 38 more, um, interesting looks down the runway. Some models had portraits drawn on the sides of their faces, while others wore similarly confusing masks or had to settle for being topless. And a few of them looked like — gasp — just regular fashion week models. Ugh, so boring, right?

Porte's a young designer (25, to be exact,) so it's no surprise he'd want to shock some people with his creative choices. With this kind of unabashed fear of critics, I have a feeling this won't be the most buzz-worthy show of his career.

Here are a few of the more memorable moments from today's show. Remember, NSFW — you've been warned.

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