So the replica severed heads were a surprise.
FASHION lovers were shocked at Gucci's freaky catwalk show that saw models strut their stuff carrying fake heads. The unique accessories were showcased with models walking a runway created to look like a combined operating room and the waiting room at a doctor's office, designed by Alessandro Michele for the iconic Italian fashion brand. According to Michele, they were about accepting oneself and "looking after your head and thoughts".
The accessories for the show nicely added to the vibes. Centaur horns, which were worn on the forehead of a male model. Several donned ski masks or balaclavas.
The two models carrying versions of their severed heads bore a striking resemblance to their faces.
While many Twitter users praised Gucci for creating a jaw-dropping show, not everyone was impressed.
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"Our job (as creatives) is a surgical job: cutting and assembling and experimenting on the operating table", Michele told reporters after the show.
Some people seemed to love it, though they were definitely confused.
And another said: "Tell me I am not the only one freaked out with the human heads the models carried with them in Gucci fall/winter show".
But not all fashion fans appreciated the show.
To make the heads, Michele reached out to the Rome-based special effects company Makinarium after he saw The Tale of Tales, a film the company worked on. The process took six months with the artists using molds of the models' heads by making 3-D prints and scans. $115 is pretty competitive, when we're talking jumping on the Gucci train.