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Emperor’s New Skirt: Hong Kong Girl Wears ‘Invisible’ Attire in Public

A woman in Hong Kong decided to wear this bizarre skirt made of wire without fabric on the streets of Hong Kong, with netizens dubbing the outfit as the “Emperor’s New Skirt.”

Teamed with a gray sweater, and matching underwear, the girl carried on shopping as usual, according to on.cc.

Bloggers joked about the story on Weibo, with some suggesting it must be a new fashion.

One netizen asked: “Did she just escape from a mental hospital?”

Another said: “She forgot to put the material on those wires.”

Translated research by Lulu.


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