The majority of us in one way or another, love fashion. We love the playful new trends that we can experiment with every season and the works of art that designers encourage us to wear on a regular day. But sometimes, brands go way too much in the name of fashion and hits the list of the most horrendous creation ever. With the hype of anything that goes viral, our social media users’ trolls mercilessly on any other new fashion trend they don’t like. A Red Vinyl shorts presented by Gucci's from its spring collection has been shared by the former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, managed to receive a few hilarious reactions on Twitter. ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Halloween Costume Causes Outrage on Social Media, Website Removes it From Their Site.
The look by renowned Gucci, comprises a pair of red vinyl shorts with a silver zip on it along with a checked shirt has instantly become the talk of Twitter. The man’s look is from the brand’s Spring Summer 2019 collection which was showcased in Paris. Within a few seconds, it went viral, and even former CM Omar Abdullah could not stop himself from tweeting about it. Gucci Designs a Swimsuit For £290 Except it Cannot be Used for Swimming!
Check out Omar Abdullah’s tweet as he could not “unsee it.”
Since I can’t unsee this I’ve very generously decided to share it with all of you 😀 https://t.co/L9d9PnVka9
— Omar Abdullah (@OmarAbdullah) September 28, 2018
Here is Twitterati’s reaction to the look.
A serious question I really can’t figure out. Why do fashion brands come up with such costumes? What’s the point? How is it profitable? Does this help on some other way? https://t.co/G2QhSw9XqX
— The God’s Particle! (@burhanspeaks) September 28, 2018
This is what happens when Superman forgets to wear his tights 1st https://t.co/PzL2Jo0Y6B
— Ashwin Mushran (@ashwinmushran) September 28, 2018
Who buys this. Genuinely curious https://t.co/ho9zl5MZlb
— Ryan (@NairRyan10) September 28, 2018
Me, to my toddler: Get your clothes on, we’re going out!
— Mellie (@MellieAdamson) September 28, 2018
Well, Twitter sure had their share of fun. But Gucci continued to reign in the fashion world with its latest show. The Spring 2019 Fashion Show took place at the Théâtre Le Palace in Paris and received enough appreciation. Nevertheless, we cannot stop thinking which celebrities would wear this look.