Acne Is Now Officially Fashionable Thanks To This Milan Fashion Week Show
Gettin' zitty with it.
If attempting to conceal your spots is the bane of your life then we have some good news as it looks like acne could actually be a pretty big trend next season thanks to the latest runway collection from designer Moto Guo.
With his SS17 collection debuting at Milan Menswear Fashion Week this week, the clothes were paired with some very interesting makeup that involved the models working some nicely popped whiteheads on their faces.
While a face full of zits might not be a look you'd usually be praying for, we're kind of loving this look, which is all about embracing natural imperfections and using them to play on the quirky, unique nature of fashion.
After all, spots are a part of life and we all know that pasting on the concealer often just makes them worse.
We're not saying you're necessarily going to be wanting to fake this look with prosthetic spots when your skin is clear, but the idea of feeling less pressure to conceal them also sounds like a whole lot of sense, don't you think?
If you're wondering why the Malaysian designer decided to stray away from the usual perfected runway skin, it ties in directly with his collection, which saw the male models wearing shapes and silhouettes often associated with more female dressing.
By mixing up the idea of the expected vs. the unexpected and perfection vs. imperfection, he explored the very ideas that underpin what we class as 'fashion'.
But what do you make of this - like the trend of what? Drop us a tweet to @MTVStyleIntl to let us know.