Australian Fashion Week: Lovehoney vibrators spotted in the Karla Spetic collection

A Sydney designer took things to a whole new level after ditching jewelry and replacing it with an unexpected item.

When you think of a catwalk, the last thing that comes to mind is sex toys.

But at this year’s Australian Afterpay fashion week, a Sydney-based designer took things to a whole new level with her latest collection, Oasis Resort 23.

Karla Spetic has spiced things up for onlookers, replacing jewelry with sexual wellness toys.

“My primary goal in partnering with Lovehoney is to empower and build confidence in women through fashion and fun,” Karla said of sex toys.

“The range of Lovehoney products available are aesthetically aligned with the shapes and colors of our new Oasis SS23 collection and I’m super excited.”

Models wore the Lovehoney Tease Finger vibrator and Fifty Shades of Gray Sensation rechargeable vibrator as rings, while some models swapped clutches for the brand’s Glow Up Rechargeable Bullet vibrators.

A model who wore a sheer green jumpsuit took to her Instagram to share a close-up of her matching $24.95 “ring”, describing it as “iconic”.

Meanwhile, a model wearing a black and white long-sleeved top and matching patterned pants subtly flashes the black, $64.95 rechargeable vibrator on her finger.

It was all about glitz, glamor and wild looks at this year’s Fashion Week held at Sydney’s Carriageworks.

Imogen Anthony, former girlfriend of radio host Kyle Sandilands, turned heads in her unusual outfit of a bra, corset and unbuttoned jeans on the second day of the popular event .

While fellow model Mimi Elashiry also wowed fans in a racy design after attending an AFW dinner on Tuesday to celebrate designer Paco Rabanne.

The 26-year-old shared snaps of her Maison Margiela black lace dress revealing $3,055 with her 1.2 million Instagram followers.

She wore the sheer dress over a black bra and thong.

Her lingerie set was from Melbourne-based brand Hopeless Lingerie, known for its “dark, modern and romantic” garments.

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