r/nextfuckinglevel Oct 01 '22 Shocked 1 Heart Eyes 1 Gold 1 All-Seeing Upvote 2 Take My Energy 1 Starstruck 1 Silver 10 Helpful 4 Wholesome 12 Faith In Humanity Restored 1

Dress created live on runway.

Enable HLS to view with audio, or disable this notification

129.2k Upvotes

28.9k

u/Fresh_Tomato_soup Oct 01 '22 Silver Helpful Wholesome All-Seeing Upvote Take My Energy

So this is why my wife takes 5 hours to get ready in the mornings

23.2k

u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22 Silver Gold Helpful Wholesome All-Seeing Upvote Bravo! Ally Bravo Grande! Giggle Vibing I'll Drink to That Defeated To The Stars Brighten My Day Wholesome (Pro) You Dropped This

[deleted]

4.0k

u/ahchx Oct 01 '22 Wholesome

dam, why i can give just one upvote!

1.7k

u/Harbi_147 Oct 01 '22

If you downvote, and then upvote, you can give two votes.

598

u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

[removed] — view removed comment

485

u/Harbi_147 Oct 01 '22

Yeah, if you hit the arrow pointed down, you can press the arrow pointed up, and it’ll count as two.

438

u/Walker6920 Oct 01 '22

Me about to inflate the upvote economy

151

u/NationRazer Oct 01 '22

Absolutely Genius

→ More replies
→ More replies

198

u/Cruntis Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

1) Click ⬇️

2) Click ⬆️

[vote goes up 2]

PROFIT

→ More replies

178

u/don_delfino Oct 01 '22

It's true, if you press the arrow pointing up, which indicates a positive reaction to the user's comment, after pressing the down arrow, for a negative reaction, you will have just cast two votes.

118

u/Harbi_147 Oct 01 '22

Up good, down bad; but down once, up once, make two up.

→ More replies
→ More replies

93

u/LuckyReception6701 Oct 01 '22

Verily, if press the small arrow pointing upwards to show you apreciate what a fellow Redditor expressed, then you press the nearby arrow pointing downwards to show disgusts to what a fellow Redditor wrote, followed quickly by pressing the arrow pointing upward again, you could argue that you gave said Redditor two "upvotes"

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

122

u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

Isn’t there an upvote award that acts as a second upvote or am I making shit up?

33

u/Legend_of_Ozzy642 Oct 01 '22

You’re either talking about the All-Seeing Upvote or the Sidevote

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

214

u/WhosMurphyJenkinss Oct 01 '22

Can confirm. This guys 👆 wife takes forever

65

u/Cycle21 Oct 01 '22

This guy takes forever fingering his wife?

→ More replies

140

u/LouStools68 Oct 01 '22

I sprayed on a pearl necklace for a my GF last night

142

u/SycoMantisToboggan Oct 01 '22

How did she react seeing you with it on?

71

u/Ima_Fuck_Yo_Butt Oct 01 '22

She got jealous. Those guys came over for her.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

79

u/ManicRobotWizard Oct 01 '22

Help me out, what does that mean?

196

u/CexySatan Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

He edited his comment for some reason. “Critical mass” is some bike ride event going on in SF right now.

His comment before editing said “Two guys spraying her with white stuff?”

Also he’s Tom Anderson; the guy who founded MySpace

Guess I’m dumb ^

→ More replies
→ More replies

39

u/nothingeatsyou Oct 01 '22

I think one of ‘em is Spider-Man

→ More replies

35

u/More_Twist9517 Oct 01 '22

the lady at the end helped her clean up after they finished.

→ More replies
→ More replies

1.1k

u/Rough-Ad-9379 Oct 01 '22

If she looks that good when the dust settles consider yourself lucky.

→ More replies

360

u/iloveuranus Oct 01 '22

Except for that day where she realized she had to go pee after putting on the fancy foam dress. That day it took her ten hours.

→ More replies
→ More replies

15.6k

u/Mmcastig Oct 01 '22 Silver

Step 1: be attractive

10.7k

u/c_c_c__combobreaker Oct 01 '22 Silver Gold

Step 2: Find guys willing to spray your body with white stuff

4.6k

u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22 Silver

Not the hardest step

…or is it? ;)

1.3k

u/z0Tweety Oct 01 '22

Is this the start of a Vsauce video?

425

u/janhetjoch Oct 01 '22

There's certainly sauce in this video, whether it's of the V variety is yet to be seen.

48

u/JohnnyPeanutII Oct 01 '22

Oh there's absolutely involvement with the V.

→ More replies
→ More replies

190

u/mauore11 Oct 01 '22 Wholesome

DSauce Michael here...

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

574

u/hamncheesesanga Oct 01 '22 Got the W

Step 3. Realise you need to be more specific about which guys and what white stuff

→ More replies

160

u/InterestEastern4174 Oct 01 '22

Step 2, steal joke from another comment in the same thread that you replied to?

105

u/SufficientMath420-69 Oct 01 '22

Step4: realize that a second step 2 is actually called step 3.

→ More replies
→ More replies

39

u/davtheminer Oct 01 '22

Step 3: ???????

109

u/GoreMaster22 Oct 01 '22

Step 4: profit

→ More replies
→ More replies

1.1k

u/SiGNALSiX Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

I don't find Bella Hadid particularly attractive, but I 100% get why she's a model. She has a figure a sculpter or couture clothier would love to work with. The lines of her body resemble a wildly expensive luxury sports car (incl. no trunk because it's all engine); She has fantastic shoulders, sleek elegant neck, great posture...her body definitely makes it easy for clothes to look attractive. 

If you can't make it look good on her body, it aint look good on nobody.

764

u/TheMontrealKid Oct 01 '22

After that in depth description, you don't find her attractive?

1.0k

u/Lexi_Banner Oct 01 '22 Ally

I mean, you can know someone or something is objectively attractive and not be personally attracted yourself.

315

u/Stupidquestionduh Oct 01 '22

Exactly this. I can tell that she has great proportions.

Not my type tho... I actually think the girl who did the final touches was way more attractive than the one doing the modeling. I think because the video demonstrates her depth of character more than it does the model who just stands there.

The internal qualities a person has can really do a ton to jack up (or erode) how attractive they are. I'm not saying the model doesn't have any good internal qualities about her, they just weren't demonstrated in this video.

141

u/Slapstrom Oct 01 '22

How does it portray her depth of character any more than the model? I only ask because I don't quite get it? The only one that shows any modicum of emotion is the model when she smiles at the girl you are mentioning. Sure the other girl is moving around more but nothing in this clip shows anything about her character from what I can gather

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

314

u/Foervarjegfacer Oct 01 '22

After a certain level of attractiveness, people stop being attractive and start being interesting to look at.

147

u/Alternative_Rough_14 Oct 01 '22

i thought i was the only one who thought this way. i always just said there's a threshold where you're so attractive it becomes unattractive. but the way you put it more accurately describes my view.

61

u/Foervarjegfacer Oct 01 '22

TBH, "being interesting to look at" is like the #1 priority for models. Also a lot of actors and actresses. Just think of someone like Anya Taylor-Joy. Incredibly beautiful woman, but also just a bit odd looking.

→ More replies
→ More replies

73

u/TaniaTheTiger Oct 01 '22

I find the opposite to be true, people who aren't conventionally attractive are more interesting too look at cause there is more diversity in the features of their faces; a crooked nose, misaligned jaw, droopy eyes, general asymmetry of the face etc. Good looking people all fit into the same mold, their faces are predictable and familiar, to me the more a face deviates from that mold the more interesting it becomes, it's more intriguing trying to decipher what sets them apart from a conventionally attractive face. Angelina Jollie, Margot Robbie hot AF, Willen DaFoe. . .striking

→ More replies
→ More replies

269

u/SiGNALSiX Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

I find her attractive in an artistic aesthetic sense, but not in that visceral glowing magnetically drawn to her presence sense; Her face and personality just don't do it for me, and that's ok; Thats a me thing, not a her thing. I'm sure there's a line of men out there who would gladly eat broken glass for her attention. I'd eat a ribeye steak for her, but anything worse than that and I'm out.

89

u/TacoEater1993 Oct 01 '22

I get what you mean. She has striking features just like Gisele Bundchen. Her sister Gigi is more conventionally attractive.

→ More replies
→ More replies

72

u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

I look at the guys who do shows like Magic Mike and can appreciate that they’re objectively good looking people but they’re not really my type. They are attractive, but I am not personally attracted to them

→ More replies

46

u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

[deleted]

→ More replies
→ More replies

121

u/BZLuck Oct 01 '22

My wife used to watch "America's Next Top Model" and honestly some of those women were downright... odd looking in real life. Some had big noses, weird eyes, crooked teeth...

When they were made up and photographed by professionals, holy crap. They looked amazing. A complete transformation. They were not all necessarily "sexy hot" but very interesting to look at which is whole purpose of being a model. Many of them looked GREAT on film, but you would walk past them on the street without blinking an eye.

40

u/iamnoking Oct 01 '22

As an artist and a photographer, this is a real thing!

Short, square jaw faces look great on camera, but like a pumpkin head in real life. As an example.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

507

u/LessThanCleverName Oct 01 '22

Step 1 was actually to develop a spray-on clothing material:

The story behind the spray-on dress started with a can of silly string and a man named Dr. Manel Torres. “I thought I could create a mist,” he said in a 2013 TED Talk. “That was the eureka moment.” Torres, who studied fashion design, had the idea to spray on a T-shirt (think of a spider web, he said) but he didn’t have the knowledge to create such a product. He went to Imperial College in London, known for their innovations, with his thoughts. They liked his idea, and gave him resources: a lab and materials to play. After two years, and lots of trial and error, he started to get results.

In 2003, Torres created Fabrican — a liquid fiber, bound together with polymers, bio polymers and greener solvents, that evaporates when the spray reaches a surface, in this case, Hadid’s body. According to Torres, the fabric feels like suede and can be manipulated like any other. Hence the woman who cut a slit into Hadid’s dress. But that texture can change depending on what fibers are used (can be natural or synthetic fibers) and how it is applied.

https://www.thecut.com/2022/10/how-bella-hadids-spray-on-dress-was-made.html

Step 2 was indeed having one of the most famous supermodels in the world model it, though.

145

u/BrahmTheImpaler Oct 01 '22

Thank you!

I looked everywhere in the comments for descriptions of what this was, but only found people arguing about what makes a person attractive (money?, genetics?, rich parents?, plastic surgery?, steroids???) or commenting on white sludge being thrown on a woman. With thousands of upvotes, nonetheless.

→ More replies
→ More replies

284

u/HeyItsBearald Oct 01 '22

Step 1: Be Bella fucking Hadid

57

u/actrak Oct 01 '22

Bella, yes.... Is it just me or does Gigi Hadid only need some messy hair, a smoke, a Jack, and a trailer to fit perfectly into Sunnyvale?

→ More replies

98

u/DeirdreMcFrenzy Oct 01 '22

No, step 1 is: have very rich parents who pay for a ton of surgery for you to become attractive.

192

u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

[deleted]

215

u/earmuffins Oct 01 '22

I don’t think that’s what they are talking about lol this model is exactly what they said. She was groomed by her mother to be a model.

You’re projecting - people who don’t go to the gym have nothing to do with the comment lol

162

u/bebita-crossing Oct 01 '22

That person just completely ignored the fact that Bella Hadid had a nose job at 14 and has been very open about it and the effects it had on her.

86

u/DevonFromAcme Oct 01 '22

A nose job? She’s had her entire FACE done to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars in plastic surgery.

→ More replies
→ More replies

84

u/narwhalogy Oct 01 '22

The more I read about the Hadid mom (Yolanda) the more I feel bad for the daughters. Anyone who has had parents shame them and try to control their bodies knows how painful it is.

Here's a video of Yolanda scrutinizing her daughters eating habits for 2 minutes straight. I remember that one scene Gigi calls Yolanda, telling her she feels faint, and has eaten HALF an almond. Yolanda's advice was for Gigi to eat another couple of almonds.

→ More replies

78

u/ithinknotgood Oct 01 '22

You are aware that Bella Hadid had plastic surgery??

Also, every actor takes steroids when they need to put muscle on for a role lmao

→ More replies

71

u/Masta-Blasta Oct 01 '22

No, but Bella Hadid has literally changed her entire face. I think they were referring to her specifically. She’s a nepotism baby. She would not have been successful in modeling if her parents had not paid for her surgeries. It’s not like she was discovered off the street or something

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

44

u/TheThankUMan22 Oct 01 '22

Step 1 of what?

69

u/Halfbl8d Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

Reddit will turn anything into an excuse to whine about good looking and/or wealthy people even when it doesn’t make sense to do so.

Video of a cool dress? It’s because that person is good looking and I’m not. 3k upvotes.

Like what? The model isn’t even what the post is about.

35

u/MisterMonchie Oct 01 '22

Lol right?? Like “step 1” of becoming a model sure is to be attractive….. is that really a new realization?

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

34

u/BilokIsMyNamr Oct 01 '22

thats like, the whole point of being a model

27

u/MinionsAndWineMum Oct 01 '22

Fucking reddit man

→ More replies

8.4k

u/bawbthebawb Oct 01 '22

We gave up plastic straws and they go make this? Sea turtles can't party anymore but they can dress swanky

2.4k

u/TheThankUMan22 Oct 01 '22

It's made of cotton and glue

490

u/JollyRoger8X Oct 01 '22

Source?

1.8k

u/HiImDelta Oct 01 '22

577

u/brainfreezereally Oct 01 '22

Contrary to popular belief, the most sustainable fabric is polyester because it can be recycled infinitely -- just melt it back to pellets and respin. Cotton can be respun, but it is more difficult. Growing cotton and turning it into fabric (bleaching, dying, etc.) is extremely water intensive and highly polluting technique. Textiles and apparel are among the most polluting industries.

When you consider cradle to grave impact, the only environmentally correct solution is to wear your clothing until it wears out and then mend it or reuse the fabric for another garment. Alternatively, buy second hand.

661

u/ImAFatGuyLoLoL Oct 01 '22

Actually, plastics can't really be recycled infinitely with current methods. Every time they're heated up, the polymer chains break down a little resulting in a lower quality product that is weaker and more brittle than the original. After a few cycles, you can't really use the plastic and have to throw it away. That is why you often see products made only partly of recycled plastic.

There is a reason why in "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle", recycle is the last one.

118

u/brainfreezereally Oct 01 '22

Because textiles are spun, the weakness is of less importance than in bottle making, for example (that's why you can wear linen and other brittle fibers). But you are right, infinite was an exaggeration and that's why I suggest wearing clothing as long as possible and reusing textiles whenever that can be done.

75

u/lysion59 Oct 01 '22

I'd like to add a counter argument. Plastic is not environmental friendly because it takes 100 years for it to degrade. Thousands of ocean animals will choke or die on discarded fishing nets, ropes, six pack plastic retainers, etc. There is also the problem of microplastic in the ocean. In fact recent research found that microplastic are now found in bloodstream of fishes in the ocean, its found in human lungs, and it was also found that it can cross the blood brain barrier in humans. Plastic is the death of us and this planet.

→ More replies

76

u/FBIaltacct Oct 01 '22

Thats why polyester fabrics are a major cause of micro plastics. Heat them up in the washer and dryer and all the broken bits get thrown in the enviornment.

→ More replies
→ More replies

126

u/TheManLawless Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 02 '22

Polyester fabric sheds micro plastics into our water system every time you wash them. Definitely not the best choice environmentally.

85

u/gromec Oct 01 '22

Sure, if you ignore that washing synthetic clothing is one of the main contributers to microplastics in the ocean.

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-43023-x

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

765

u/Dodo_Hund Oct 01 '22

I still don't get how people don't understand that high fashion is just art. No one wears this. It is an art piece

481

u/Meatslinger Oct 01 '22

It took me a long time to figure that out, and fashion used to infuriate me because of it. I’d see models wearing some sort of bizarre $50,000 concoction of reclaimed wood and solid gold, or whatever it was that day, and think, “do they really expect people to wear this?” It took me far too long to figure out the answer was “no”; fashion shows like this are a form of performance art with the human body as a canvas.

233

u/killajaxx Oct 01 '22

Right. I know people on reddit hate rich people and stuff like this, but there is a place for fashion as an art form in this world even if you get it or not. I can’t afford it, i don’t like the way they look, but i also know it’s not made for me, and i respect that

121

u/Meatslinger Oct 01 '22

Fact is, I can’t afford anything featured in the Louvre, either. But I don’t tend to get upset that someone painted a $10M painting the way I used to be angrily confused about wacky fashion. Well, except some really out-there things, like a banana taped to a wall. I think it’s still fair to criticize that, at least.

The funny thing is I’d be willing to bet there’s a non-insignificant overlap between “people who think fashion is stupid” and “people who love cosplay”.

itsthesamepicture.jpeg

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

606

u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

[removed] — view removed comment

640

u/DopeDetective Oct 01 '22

I hope she was holding her breath too

lungs full of a million little fibers

296

u/InterestEastern4174 Oct 01 '22

Looks like they were spraying liquid and not an aerosol like a silly string consistency almost. I would imagine she will be just fine.

355

u/Pingaring Oct 01 '22

known to cause reproductive harm and cancer in the state of California

260

u/Sonic_Youts Oct 01 '22 Helpful

Everything causes cancer in the state of California. Heck Ill bet the air has a disclaimer there.

198

u/Overlord_Of_Puns Oct 01 '22

To be fair, the US allows a lot of chemicals that other countries ban.

California is the only state that actually tells people to give disclaimers.

101

u/MIGMOmusic Oct 01 '22

The real problem is that manufacturers realized that it was cheaper to put the sticker on everything, and if literally everything has the sticker then people will completely disregard it anyways. A bit of malicious compliance that basically exploits a loophole to avoid actually labeling carcinogens. It’s kinda fucked tbh

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

22

u/MeesterCartmanez Oct 01 '22

As long as she stays away from California she should be fine then lol

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

23

u/joemckie Oct 01 '22

/u/Helpfupinach IS A BOT

Report -> spam -> harmful bots

Comment copied from here

→ More replies

63

u/JPJackPott Oct 01 '22

There’s some genuine utility here. Most of the cotton harvesting process is fully mechanised now, but making garments (fabric, seeing machine etc) is very hard to automate.

If we can get closer to something like this, spraying clothes on a form and it keeping the shape, that will lower costs. Or save armies of people working in clothes factories for low pay

86

u/s_s Oct 01 '22

lmfao.

If we wanted to "save armies of slaves (lets call them what they are) from working in clothes factories, all we'd have to do is avoid fast fashion.

→ More replies

27

u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

I'm skeptical. To make clothing, fabric is loomed and weaved. This is sprayed.

I mean unless this is basically spray-on rubber or plastic or something it just won't be the same thing as fabric.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

7.3k

u/solver_of_problems Oct 01 '22 Silver

Don't show this to five minute crafts people

1.5k

u/Z3nFi3R Oct 01 '22

Glue gun go bruh

420

u/sassyphrass Oct 01 '22

This is disturbingly plausible

275

u/arbiter12 Oct 01 '22

Hey guys,

to make this woman

you will need:

-A man

-A women

-27seconds of furious back-and-forth

INSTRUCTIONS:

Wait 9 months

Keep in a dry and warm place for a few years

There! the woman is ready!

Please like and subscribe for more hot tips!

96

u/Acrobatic-Artist9730 Oct 01 '22

Hey 27 seconds!!?? I can do it in 13 secs, give me the job.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

45

u/BreakingBaddly Oct 01 '22

Too late. Liquid latex, air brush gun, go

22

u/MarkXIX Oct 01 '22

“Woman goes to emergency room to have Gorilla Glue dress removed. She has a GoFundMe that’s raised $383 out of $50,000 to cover her medical bills. Tonight at 6pm we will find a way to make you even more outraged to boost our ratings further and then we will cover this story for an uncomfortably long time to exploit the victim for your entertainment. Finally, we will share one last story about her recovery and do our level best to make you feel good about it after we trashed her for weeks for…you guessed it, even more audience ratings and ad revenue.” - The Media

→ More replies

4.2k

u/sandiercy Oct 01 '22

When they say that a dress looks like it was painted on, I thought it was just a saying. These people took it as a challenge.

432

u/Coolcolon Oct 01 '22

My thoughts exactly. They might have taken the saying too literally. Don't tell them about the lyrics 'She's got the blue jeans painted on tight' from David Nails' Whatever She's Got

41

u/HyzerFlip Oct 01 '22

That's been done at every body painting event ever. Most festivals and spring breaks and pride events as well.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

3.4k

u/Any-Teach9027 Oct 01 '22

This is a cool video. Bella looks gorgeous and I like the interactions between her and the team. The dress itself is mid but I guess they are highlighting the technology?

1.4k

u/IndividualAbrocoma35 Oct 01 '22

I agree with your great observations. They are having fun. I wish more things in life could be this whimsical and light.

316

u/superphotonerd Oct 01 '22

this place is full of internet people who are scared of going outside so they hate everything

→ More replies
→ More replies

599

u/Visible-Pie-1641 Oct 01 '22

you just called a dress that is the absolute perfect fit for whoever has it on, and was created in less then 10 minutes mid? Are you fucking nuts?

You cant get a fit like this. Its literally made for her exact shape. Thats not mid at all. Is it impractical currently? Fuck yeah, but is it also pretty amazing? Yep.

383

u/Nicole-CB Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

Fit and tech's amazing but the dress itself looks mid to me too, like I wouldn't buy it for myself, so guess I'm also "fucking nuts".

1.0k

u/St_Veloth Oct 01 '22 Helpful Starry

I leave this comment almost every time I see this sentiment with regard to a fashion show:

fashion shows are not about showcasing consumer products - They are for people in-industry, showcasing designs/patterns/concepts/technology for designers to push limits without thinking about practicality. Later, these designs/concepts/patterns/technology may get used for a consumer product, or a costume for a stage show, or makeup/effects for a big budget movie.

Additionally, the same thing is said about concept cars - The goal isn't to produce this stuff...but possibly the design or assembly of a particular part may be used in the future in more practical applications

192

u/Gingerinthesun Oct 01 '22

Say it louder for the people in the back!!!! It’s CES for fashion!!

→ More replies

61

u/DnD_References Oct 01 '22

and this means people can't talk about whether or not they like/wear something/thing it is good? Like I knew everything you said and I think calling the dress mid is a perfectly acceptable casual armchair comment? Both those things can be true.

→ More replies

32

u/PipClank Oct 01 '22

yes, but to some of us the texture/material/limitation of the tech means the result looks mediocre.

I agree that its a nice spectacle and fashion shows are all about showcasing new things. The end result here is neat, but regardless how well it fits I still think it looks meh (due to the understandable restrictions of the tech CURRENTLY)

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

115

u/Rolyat2401 Oct 01 '22

Dang. You don't got to take it personally.

→ More replies

102

u/tired_and_fed_up Oct 01 '22

Tech is cool but the dress is also a one time use. Literally disposable fashion.

49

u/Kills-to-Die Oct 01 '22

Disposable fashion has led to some nasty pollution. Landfills, full of clothes. Beaches, full of clothes getting washed out to sea.

→ More replies

46

u/Rivka333 Oct 01 '22

"This dress was created in less than 10 minutes" doesn't make it not mid. Generally, high quality products take time.

but is it also pretty amazing?

Yes the technology is amazing.

Its literally made for her exact shape.

If you mean it's form-hugging, yes. So is a swimsuit.

→ More replies

48

u/LigerZeroSchneider Oct 01 '22

I think they just mean it's a plain white dress. Like it's cool they make a spray on dress, but the design it self is basic.

37

u/IsNullOrEmptyTrue Oct 01 '22

What does mid mean

76

u/Silver_kitty Oct 01 '22

Mid-tier. Kind of mediocre. Not terrible, but not exceptional.

32

u/Myrelin Oct 01 '22

Not terrible, but not exceptional.

So, 3.6 roentgen. Got it!

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

26

u/Gibbie42 Oct 01 '22

But it's only good if you have a body shaped like hers. Most of us don't want skin tight clothes, we need clothes to help our bodies a long a bit. So the tech is cool, she looked amazing at the end, but it's an art piece.

→ More replies
→ More replies

187

u/ejly Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

My favorite part is when the model raises her hands to her face in the doorway with an “I can’t believe that happened” expression. She was killing it, very graceful and poised, and in that moment the mask slipped a bit to show the real human behind the facade - just delighting in what she’d accomplished.

Or I dunno, maybe she was holding back a sneeze that whole time and finally released it, and I’m just making a whole ridiculous head cannon instead of seeing the sneeze.

55

u/DestroyerOfMils Oct 01 '22

I think that the model is Bella Hadid, but I might be totally wrong

34

u/luanda16 Oct 01 '22

It’s definitely Bella

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

1.2k

u/Saint_Richard Oct 01 '22 Helpful

Spray-on dress!

139

u/hayhaydavila Oct 01 '22

How are you gonna get them off nerd?

32

u/AL3PH42 Oct 01 '22

FLIN LOHWOOD

→ More replies

1.1k

u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

Work of art, highly impractical

1.3k

u/casual_creator Oct 01 '22

That’s what fashion shows are about.

96

u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

This one more so than others. It is quite cool though

190

u/from_dust Oct 01 '22

You haven't seen many fashion shows, have you?

→ More replies
→ More replies

35

u/brkh47 Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

Yes, its to show the ideas, the concepts. Often the things are not meant to be worn.

→ More replies

122

u/warAsdf Oct 01 '22

is art meant to be practical?

→ More replies

31

u/Mahjoku Oct 01 '22

I'm pretty sure that all human be art is impractical

→ More replies
→ More replies

1.1k

u/GroundbreakingLake51 Oct 01 '22

They skipped a very important scene lol

781

u/themainaccountofyeet Oct 01 '22

The removal of the dress or the treatment for the inhalation of aerosolized particles?

80

u/max1mus91 Oct 01 '22

I think it's liquid, so not aerosol

152

u/piecat Oct 01 '22

An aerosol is a suspension of fine solid particles or liquid droplets in air or another gas.[1]

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aerosol

Some devices for generating aerosols are Aerosol spray Atomizer nozzle or nebulizer

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spray_nozzle

A spray nozzle is a precision device that facilitates dispersion of liquid into a spray. ...They may be known as an atomizer nozzles.

→ More replies

72

u/Zeoxult Oct 01 '22

That's not how it works at all. Liquids can absolutely take an aerosol form if broken down into small enough droplets.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

220

u/adgler Oct 01 '22

Why they skip the teetees

→ More replies

200

u/_IHATEPARTIES_ Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

I assume you meant the tits? She moved her hand slowly while they painted over it, revealing virtually nothing. I actually thought it looked very cool.

261

u/ScarletBeezlebub Oct 01 '22 Wholesome

I think it would have been better if she just strode in, hands on hips, bare naked.

From a purely artistic perspective, of course.

→ More replies
→ More replies

90

u/AntonKudin Oct 01 '22

You mean how they did the skirt part, right?

94

u/MostlyRocketScience Oct 01 '22

The skirt part is done by spraying from the side: https://youtu.be/C70Ll-uVw2o?t=77

→ More replies
→ More replies

884

u/BiscuitsOfHoney Oct 01 '22

Diagnosed with stage 3 cancer in 5 years

358

u/technicalCoFounder Oct 01 '22

That was my first thought- humans weren’t designed to be breathing this stuff. Neither the model nor the spray team were wearing respirators. Plain dumb.

126

u/TheLordHimself1 Oct 01 '22

What exactly is this “stuff” we aren’t supposed to be breathing? Seems like you’re just hating to hate.

297

u/AntarcticFox Oct 01 '22

Any solid particles are bad to breathe in, even if the particles are otherwise not toxic. Stuff like aerosol paint, sawdust, etc. You should always wear breathing protection when working with aerosols

112

u/TheLordHimself1 Oct 01 '22

You’re absolutely right. Still though, this was a one time performance for a fashion show. We breathe in pollution and other toxic chemicals 24/7 this one instance of being sprayed down is more likely than not going to have any serious side effects. Everyone here calling it out is just being dramatic and hating

49

u/AntarcticFox Oct 01 '22

Well it's possible they'll all be fine, I certainly would be wearing a mask if I were her though lol

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

193

u/Pinbrawla Oct 01 '22 Helpful

Before anyone says "YoU doNt eVeN KnOw wHaT mAtEriAl iT iS"

Link to article about it.

"In 2003, Torres created Fabrican — a liquid fiber, bound together with polymers, bio polymers and greener solvents, that evaporates when the spray reaches a surface, in this case, Hadid’s body. According to Torres, the fabric feels like suede and can be manipulated like any other."

As if it's not obvious something like this is dangerous for lungs without ppe

69

u/-Reddit_Account- Oct 01 '22

This kind of has me thinking - it could be really cool to have her come out on stage in just a gas mask (like those huge WW2 style elephant trunk ones), then have the guys spraying her be in industrial/blue collar type overalls.

Would make an interesting aesthetic!

→ More replies

28

u/Wyaiwyo Oct 01 '22

People saying that probably don't believe PPE works.

→ More replies
→ More replies

753

u/GeGeralt Oct 01 '22 Helpful

That's the power of Flex Seal™

59

u/BoneDaddyChill Oct 01 '22

Just watch out for loose seals.

33

u/jld2k6 Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

Dress Express™*

* Product may not make your wife get ready faster

→ More replies

366

u/jjdude67 Oct 01 '22

Humans spare no expense to do stupid things......

1.0k

u/FlowerKing_ Oct 01 '22

Why is it stupid it's just fun art

500

u/gawky_bug_grrl Oct 01 '22

The redditor doesn't relate to it, so they have to hate it and cast aspersions. Its that simple.

97

u/JRR_SWOLEkien Oct 01 '22

I'm so disappointed in the upvoted comments here.

"bE aTrRaCtiVe" What does that have to do with the art?

"Human dumb" fuck off.

→ More replies
→ More replies

85

u/BrandfordAndSon Oct 01 '22

You lost him at “fun”

→ More replies

64

u/TorahSlut353 Oct 01 '22

this site is just turning into a sess pool of old people with no original or exciting thoughts feeling the need to shit on anything thats new to them

→ More replies
→ More replies

308

u/stumpdawg Oct 01 '22

Spray on dresses. So hot right now.

50

u/Ok-Swimming8024 Oct 01 '22

That Hansel. So hot right now.

→ More replies
→ More replies

302

u/Newtstradamus Oct 01 '22

I like the last two seconds where she walks into the back and everyone is super happy that it worked out and she did real well.

59

u/funnybreadman Oct 01 '22

I like the few seconds before that where it's just the sped up model waddle

→ More replies
→ More replies

207

u/battles Oct 01 '22

pretty sure you need to wear a mask when flocking

70

u/Highfalutintodd Oct 01 '22

My thoughts exactly. Cool process, beautiful woman, and amazing end result, but feels like everyone involved should be wearing respirators.

→ More replies

42

u/librarian-barbarian Oct 01 '22

Exactly! Lady needs eye protection.

→ More replies

156

u/StuBidasol Oct 01 '22

Finally a fashion show that had a dress that didn't look like a 5 year old thought it up.

167

u/rockingmonkey Oct 01 '22

A spray on dress seems like something a 5 year old would think up to me

→ More replies

153

u/tedbundyismyidol Oct 01 '22

They laughed at flint Lockwood. Whose laughing now

→ More replies

110

u/thejeem Oct 01 '22

What’s up with young Beatlejuice in the front row?

→ More replies

109

u/Error404Cod Oct 01 '22

Give me 25 cans of silly sting and I’ll do it better

→ More replies

103

u/nevinatx Oct 01 '22

Is this not Futurama?

52

u/fuckininthebutt Oct 01 '22

Hard to believe no one mentioned this yet. Fry totally sprayed on some camo from an aerosol can so he could get into that military base to see his grandpa.

→ More replies
→ More replies

92

u/ineed30 Oct 01 '22

Longest money shot ever.

→ More replies

84

u/Ambiorix33 Oct 01 '22

Normally I couldn't care less about runway fashion but this is just actual creative and a nice continuation of a future trend. I know most of us at one moment or another wished we had a can that could just spray on cloths. Plus it's a repeating theme in alot of Sci fi novels and shows

→ More replies

64

u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

As a construction painter I am shocked they don't use any respiratory protective devices. That stuff is in their lungs now.

→ More replies

58

u/Bohvey Oct 01 '22

One size fits all.

→ More replies

57

u/RudeExplanation9304 Oct 01 '22

I wonder how long it takes to get it off

134

u/mamabr Oct 01 '22

What’s amazing is it looks like it might be really easy and clean. The way they were able to easily pull the shoulders down the the leg slit with nothing stuck to her legs. The spray is called Fabrican - it’s a spray on fabric. But who knows, she also might have had some sort of lotion on her shoulders and legs to make those parts easier to move while the rest is more stuck on.

→ More replies

33

u/sellihauras Oct 01 '22

Me too brother, me too

→ More replies

40

u/Axolotl_imprudens Oct 01 '22

So how does she go to the bathroom?

188

u/CripzyChiken Oct 01 '22

shes a supermodel at a fashion show - no food or liquid has entered her body in 4 or 5 days

82

u/TacoEater1993 Oct 01 '22

You joke but the model shown here, Bella Hadid, has said in the past how her mother forced her and her siblings into eating disorders at an early age.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

38

u/Campfire_Sparks Oct 01 '22

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs moment

→ More replies

36

u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

[deleted]

→ More replies

33

u/Slow_Association_244 Oct 01 '22

Who let Beetlejuice out again?!?!

→ More replies