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Jean Paul Gaultier ridiculed for collection of ‘nude’ outfits costing up to £500 – as shoppers say it would be ‘cheaper to go out naked!’

Jean Paul Gaultier has been ridiculed for selling clothes that make shoppers look naked.

The French fashion designer has released a range of bizarre clothing that leaves nothing to the imagination. 

The unique range of jumpsuits, dresses and tops, depict a naked body and are sure to catch the eye of many passers-by on the street. 

There are more than 100 items in the ‘Tattoo Collection,’ with the most expensive garment, the Body Tattoo Jumpsuit, costing £519.64.

Its design has boobs with pierced nipples, plus female private parts – on the back, the material has the outline of a bottom on it.

There are over 100 items in the 'Tattoo Collection,' with the most expensive garment, the Body Tattoo Jumpsuit, costing €600 (£519.64) There are over 100 items in the 'Tattoo Collection,' with the most expensive garment, the Body Tattoo Jumpsuit, costing €600 (£519.64) It's design has boobs with pierced nipples, plus female private parts - on the back, the material has the outline of a bottom on it It's design has boobs with pierced nipples, plus female private parts - on the back, the material has the outline of a bottom on it

There are over 100 items in the ‘Tattoo Collection,’ with the most expensive garment, the Body Tattoo Jumpsuit, costing €600 (£519.64)

The neck, arms, hips, and legs also have fake body art on them.

One shopper named Becky said: ‘Much cheaper to just step out naked’.

Kate, another unsure fashion fan added ‘Ummmm,’ while someone else called Simon said ‘I see nothing.’

Also in the collection is the Long Body Tattoo Dress for €590 (£510.81) – which has the same pattern and a Short Dress version for €450 (£389.60), plus a body suit for €390 (£337.66).

If you want to look like you’re baring only half of your body, you could opt for the crop top version for €320 (£277.05).

On the Jean Paul Gaultier website it’s modelled with a long green skirt. 

All pieces come in two different skin tones ‘light nude’ and ‘dark nude,’ making them look realistic for everyone.

The wacky outfits come in sizes XXS to XXL and the product description reads: Stretchy fit, crew neck. Long sleeves, back metal zip fastening. Materials 78% polyamide, 22% elastane, made in Italy.’

Also in the collection is the Long Body Tattoo Dress for €590 (£510.81) – which has the same pattern

Also in the collection is a a short dress version for €450 (£389.60) Also in the collection is a a short dress version for €450 (£389.60) The wacky outfits come in sizes XXS to XXL The wacky outfits come in sizes XXS to XXL

Also in the collection is a a short dress version for €450 (£389.60) – the wacky outfits come in sizes XXS to XXL

If you want to look like you’re baring only half of your body, you could opt for the crop top version for €320 (£277.05)

The body suit version of the unique design will cost you  €390 (£337.66)

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The Tattoo Collection was revealed on October 6 and is said to be ‘inspired by archival Jean Paul Gaultier collections, designed to fit firmly into the present’. 

On the brands website, it reads ‘We all have memories rooted in Jean Paul Gaultier’s universe. 

‘Tattoos, conical bras, piercings… as many iconic gimmicks and body adornments that the Maison is revisiting to offer exclusive reinterpretations and reissues.

‘The Tattoo collection explores its archive of corsets and skin-tight pieces to create a versatile, city-ready wardrobe.’

Although these designs that include nipples and private parts are the most shocking, the collection also boasts some tamer options. 

There’s a ‘Heraldry Tattoo Dress’ which makes your body look inked, without the illusion of the wearer being completely naked.

There is also a range of denim jeans and jackets in the Tattoo Collection, which are more modest. 

It’s not the first time the French designer brand has turned heads with realistic-looking designs. 

A mystery man at the Jean Paul Gaultier show at Paris Fashion Week stunned crowds with a full on body suit back in July.

The unknown man, who appeared quite angry, was pictured outside the event, which attracts a range of A-list models and celebrities.

The suit – which made him look naked from afar – was lifelike, and even had replica nipples.

More recently in September, models from across London astonished the fashion community by walking the runway in a series of outlandish looks at Fashion Week.

The Prophetik’s Show, ‘Let The Be Naked’, took observers by surprise after a model rode down the catwalk on a white horse, meanwhile other bizzare looks included a crotchet headpiece and using hair as a face veil.

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