GETTYNEW TREND ALERT: Vagina slippers are the latest bizarre fashion fad to cause a stir
From the female genitalia themed show at New York Fashion Week to the vagina-skimming skirt on the London runway, designers made it clear that unleashing your ladybits is a hot new trend.
But now you can pick up a pair of handmade vulva slippers, just in time for Christmas.
Etsy seller Alenka – who goes by HappyUnderwearGifts online – is flogging knitted pairs of “sexy slippers”.
The naughty knitter claims that vagina footwear is perfect for Halloween, birthdays or bachelorette parties and, of course, the upcoming holidays.
If you fancy picking up a pair, they come in a range of sizes and colours and will set you back around £20.
This isn’t the first time that a bizarre fashion fad has shocked the internet.
Australian brand Asilio debuted their pink ruffled Last Call Top, which many people thought looked like female anatomy and dubbed the "vagina shoulder top".
ETSY/HappyUnderwearGiftsRUDE SHOES: You can now buy vagina slippers on Etsy
The slinky grey cold shoulder number featured large cut-outs with exaggerated sleeves and cost £143.
On their website, the designers described the piece as a “tunic style top” with exposed shoulders, which is finished with a “contrast ruffle trim”.
One Mamamia fashion blogger said the top has “shoulder decorations that resemble what I can only describe as labia minors”.
But she added: “Who am I to judge if someone wants to step out of their house with their vag on their sleeve?”
THE ICONICBIZARRE: The vagina shoulder top had everyone raising their eyebrows
Before that, A-listers decided to liberate their downstairs region and push the boundaries of flesh-flashing.
More and more celebs have been flashing vagina cleavage in skin-exposing dresses with soaringly high splits.
The trend was first spotted when catwalk favourite Kendall Jenner wore a cream dress with two eye-wateringly high splits at the Video Awards in Toronto back in June 2014.
Then model Bella Hadid jumped on the bandwagon with a show-stopping scarlet frock at last year’s Cannes Film Festival.