Korean menswear designer sends models down the runway with old CELL PHONES stuck to their mouths

Mail Online | 2/6/2020 | Carly Stern At New York Fashion Week For Dailymail.com
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A South Korean designer making waves in the men's fashion world may have been called a 'rising talent' by Vogue — but while his clothing is innovative, he doesn't seem to understand how cell phone works.

Seoul-born designer Kee Kim, a former graphic designer, launched his brand Keenkee in 2018, and on February 3 debuted his Fall 2020 collection at Men's Fashion Week in New York City.

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During the show, models walked down the catwalk with old-school mobiles like flip-phones and clunky Nokias — but rather than holding the phones to their ears for a chat, they had the devices stuck to their mouths.

The male models wore one, two, or even three separate phones on their faces, covering their mouths.

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One had a single blocky early-90s cell phone with an antenna covering the bottom half of his face, while others had two flip phones a piece criss-crossing over their lips.

One had two Razr flip phones, the first closed over his mouth and the second open and vertical, obscuring the left side of his face.

Not one seemed...
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