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‘Male Pregnancy’ Makes Debut At Fashion Show

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Male models donning prosthetic pregnancy stomachs made their debut at a London fashion show for Beijing-based designer Xander Zhou, according to Agence France-Presse Monday.

Zhou’s spring and summer 2019 collection called “Supernatural, Extraterrestrial & Co” featured a variety of unique creations including male models wearing fake baby bumps at London Fashion Week Men’s, according to Agence France-Presse. One male model wore a “New World Baby” crop top while pretending to be pregnant. Another fashion model wore a tank top that showed off his prosthetic stomach and shorts. The background music was robotic-sounding female voices sporting phrases such as “I am digitized,” according to Hypebeast. (RELATED: Check Out These Five Strange Clothing Items)

“At Supernatural, Extraterrestrial & Co., we’re prepared to welcome a future of male pregnancy,” Zhou wrote on Instagram. (RELATED: Fashion Just Got Weirder With These LaCroix Swimsuits)

“Some people think that only clothes that have dragons or peonies on them are ‘really Chinese,'” Zhou wrote on his personal website.”For me, fabric is the most interesting area of investigation in menswear, as well as the relation between fabric and the shape of the male body.” Zhou started his brand in 2007. (RELATED: Fashion Shows Get Even Weirder, This Time With Severed Heads [PHOTOS])

Check out the “pregnant men” designs here:

A model presents a creation by Chinese designer Xander Zhou on the third day of the Spring/Summer 2019 London Fashion Week Men’s fashion event in London on June 10, 2018. (Photo by NIKLAS HALLE’N / AFP) (Photo credit should read NIKLAS HALLE’N/AFP/Getty Images)

A model presents a creation by Chinese designer Xander Zhou on the third day of the Spring/Summer 2019 London Fashion Week Men’s fashion event in London on June 10, 2018. (Photo by NIKLAS HALLE’N/AFP/Getty Images)

The fashion show also featured models wearing chastity belts.

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