We're no newbies to fake tattoos, though it's safe to say that the glittery unicorns and branded stick-ons from the local bank we used to apply don't really garner us the same cred as the ones shown on this season's runway. Delicate bracelets and chains were drawn onto the models at Chanel, and Gaultier paired his spring line with lettered prison tats. Rodarte went for the full monty and Sharpie'd the models' arms and necks to full Maori effect. Less permanent than really getting pricked, but still pretty badass, we have a feeling that a little hand-drawn ink will start making its way off the runway and onto your arms, chests, and legs.
Above, from left: Gaultier spring '10, image from Style.com; Rodarte spring '10, images from Style.com.
Above, from left: Chanel spring '10 image from Style.com; Gaultier spring '10 image from Style.com.
Above, from left: Rodarte spring '10, image from Style.com; Chanel spring '10, image from Style.com.
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