What a flex.
An abs-olutely daring fashionista is the talk of Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week for attending the Jean Paul Gaultier x Julien Dossena show Wednesday in a trompe l’oeil suit that made him look nearly naked and very muscly.
The man was identified by social media users as Estonian rapper Tommy Cash, who has also turned heads at fashion shows for getups such as French actor and mime Marcel Marceau and a seafood restaurant table, a look finished with a white tablecloth, cutlery and yummy shellfish.
Cash, 31, had the decency to pair Wednesday’s nude ensemble with some high white socks, shiny black dress shoes, a crisp white shirt and a long black tie.
He opted for a slick hairdo and paper thin mustache to complement the fleshy fit.
The Post has contacted Gaultier and Cash for comment.
In videos posted online, Cash appears to flaunt what the suit gave him, flexing for photographers, stretching an exercise band, lifting weights and eating scoops of protein powder during the show.
“Hard work and dedication,” he captioned an Instagram video of himself.
The statement piece drew mixed reviews among his 1 million Instagram followers.
“I love the creativity but trying to be the center of attention at someone else’s fashion show is kinda weak,” one commenter opined.
“I don’t think he does this for attention. I find this a beautiful artistic performance and a brilliant satire about society, personally as a fashion student and hopefully a future fashion designer Id love to have him at one of my shows,” another declared.
“Incredible,” the Canadian pop star Grimes wrote.
It’s not the first look at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week to have people scratching their heads.
Netherlands design team Viktor & Rolf’s unusual show Wednesday featured models walking the runway with male mannequins — devoid of heads, hands and feet — draped around themselves.
The fall 2023 couture collection, entitled “Embodiment,” is supposed to celebrate “30 years of conceptual glamour, spectacular beauty and provocative couture in an unexpected way.”