The fashion show forces visitors to consider whether they would get bodily modifications

Futurist: A fashion show in New York City entitled A Human forces viewers to think about body modifications in a different way

A new fashion show in New York City asks visitors to think about what they would do if they could modify their body as often as their clothes.

A. Human was created by Simon Huck, known for being a close friend of celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen and Kourtney Kardashian.

The objective of the exhibition is to explore a futuristic society where expressing oneself is defined by the way in which the areas of the body are changed.

Futurist: A fashion show in New York City entitled A Human forces viewers to think about body modifications in a different way

Futurist: A fashion show in New York City entitled A Human forces viewers to think about body modifications in a different way

Trippy: Simon Huck, friend of the Kardashian clan, created the designs before the New York Fashion Week

Trippy: Simon Huck, friend of the Kardashian clan, created the designs before the New York Fashion Week

Trippy: Simon Huck, friend of the Kardashian clan, created the designs before the New York Fashion Week

Unbelievable: I wanted people to think about how the world could be if someone could change their body as fast as changing clothes

Unbelievable: I wanted people to think about how the world could be if someone could change their body as fast as changing clothes

Unbelievable: I wanted people to think about how the world could be if someone could change their body as fast as changing clothes

To show the futuristic point of view, the exhibition stays away from the current body modifications, such as fillings.

"We did not want to root any of our modifications on the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčexisting insecurities or discomforts," Simon told Vogue.

UN Human is the freedom to explore this world and live in this world the way you choose. "

During the interactive exhibition, people can choose to try different pieces that alter the appearance of their body, including a human corset made to match the skin.

Another modification that the spectators will see when they attend the exhibition are snail shells that have become human feet with heels.

Although these modifications may be seen as scary for some, Simon said he wanted to design these implants with a positive spin.

"I did not want to create a utopian world, but I definitely wanted to create a world that was optimistic or, at least, neutral," he said.

"We wanted to use the future of fashion and the future of self-expression as a way of seeing the future."

Visitors will walk through the exhibit to see the body modifications before experiencing the subversive patio & # 39; with sights, sounds and visuals.

Out of this world: Kim Kardashian looks like an extraterrestrial, as she models skin growth like jewelry

I also! Kim was not alone, with her friend Chrissy Teigen swinging a feather bib

I also! Kim was not alone, with her friend Chrissy Teigen swinging a feather bib

I also! Kim was not alone, with her friend Chrissy Teigen swinging a feather bib

Fabulous: Tan France, of Queer Eye, modeled Monday a Tudor-inspired body modification for his followers just before the launch of the exhibitions.

Fabulous: Tan France, of Queer Eye, modeled Monday a Tudor-inspired body modification for his followers just before the launch of the exhibitions.

Fabulous: Tan France, of Queer Eye, modeled Monday a Tudor-inspired body modification for his followers just before the launch of the exhibitions.

Spiked: the model Andreja Pejic also modeled one of the designs of Simon's exhibition

Spiked: the model Andreja Pejic also modeled one of the designs of Simon's exhibition

Spiked: the model Andreja Pejic also modeled one of the designs of Simon's exhibition

For the exhibition, Simon recruited Kim, 37, to wear a fur collar that looked like a strange growth around his neck.

Beauty mogul KKW flaunted the unusual design in her Instagram Story on Monday before the show's launch on September 5.

& # 39; My necklace shines like a heartbeat. It moves to the rhythm of my heart rate, "Kim whispered, pouting at the camera." Thank You A Human. "

Chrissy, 32, also revealed his own body modification on Monday, where he showed viewers on Instagram a bib that reflected the wings.

The center of the nude color design started at Chrissy's sternum and moved toward her shoulders.

But the two stars were not the only ones who participated in the body implants before the launch of the exhibition.

Queer Eye & # 39; s So France modeled & # 39; The Tudor & # 39; for his followers, where he wore a design around his neck inspired by necklaces of the sixteenth century.

"I was lucky enough to take an exclusive look at the new collection of A. Human, and it seems that I'm taking something home," Tan wrote on Instagram on Monday.

Most of the design coincided with the tone of his skin, as well as a zone of transparent "crystals" that protruded from the collar.

The one-month interactive exhibition costs $ 40 and next week it will open at 48 Mercer Street in Soho just in time for New York Fashion Week.

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