The Penis Comes Out on the Parisian Catwalk
Fashion can be pretty odd sometimes and this particular piece of clothing yearns be categorized as one of those sometimes.
Personally, I’ve always thought that the purpose of wearing clothes was to cover your body, mainly your “private parts,” from exposure to the elements. However, fashion designer Rick Owens has a vastly different outlook on the purpose of clothes, specifically when it comes to exposed genitalia.
I love my penis: it’s a good size and gets the job done. I’m proud to unleash him at the appropriate time; I think most men feel that way about their prized member. There’s a comfort, a unique bond between man and his penis but that personal connection does not extend to publicly flaunting it while walking down Bloor St. on a brisk January afternoon.
But maybe I’m wrong. Maybe men will buy clothes that publicly display their inches?
If you’re the type of guy who is too proud of his dick, certain pieces from the fall/winter collection by Rick Owens are what you’re looking for.
Reminiscent of something an ancient Greek or Roman would have worn, some of Owens’ tunic outfits seem to be missing the material that covers the crotch area, putting your dick nicely on display for all passers-by.
Comments of disgust, dick jokes and laughter have filled the inter-webs since images of the fall/winter collection from the Parisian catwalks surfaced.
I present you, The Penis-Showing Tunic:
Photo: Kristy Sparow/Getty Images
Header Photo: Patrick Kovarik/AFP/Getty
If for some reason you feel the need to see this male model in full frontal glory, The Daily Beast has a photo of his package, nicely on display.
And of course if you are going to wear one of Owens’s dick-less tunics, you better accessorize properly to give the full penis effect: a Tom Ford penis necklace would look great.
Derringer & Mo talk about the penis skirt: