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Katie Eary gave fans more than they bargained for at London show (PHOTOS)

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Forget side boob; latest catwalk trend is all about full frontal

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Fashion Weeks are stressful times, so a few wardrobe malfunctions are to be expected when model after model is being sent down the catwalk — not to mention the constant outfit changes. 

We've seen enough nip slips and side boob action now to not really bat an eyelid, but a female model recently experienced a whole new level of exposure, when her entire bare breast was revealed for all to see.

However, this doesn't seem to have been a wardrobe malfunction, but a very much intentional part of Katie Eary's show.

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The female model was walking in the London-born designer's show during Men's Fashion Week in London on Monday, wearing nothing but a purple and orange robe and her assets on full display.

Forget side boob; latest catwalk trend is all about full frontal
Image: Danny Martindale / Contributor

She can also be seen in this photo, which Eary retweeted.

Is it just us, or does the poor woman look a little cold? You just want to pull her robe over her shoulder and tighten her belt to warm her up, right?

Plenty of famous faces were right there to see Eary's AW16 show (and the major boob action). The impressive front row included Robert Konjic, David Gandy, Nick Grimshaw, former GQ editor Dylan Jones, Oliver Cheshire and Black Eyed Peas rapper Taboo.

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Eary is known for bold colours and prints and showcased 18 pieces which included statement accessories, maxi dresses and swimwear.

Other designers during Fashion Week decided to pay tribute to the late David Bowie, including Chinese fashion label Sean Suen, which sent male models down the catwalk with the words "R.I.P David Bowie" written in red on their backs. Burberry also paid homage to the singer's legacy by sending model Hayett McCarthy down the runway with the word "BOWIE" scribbled across her palms. According to Dazed Digital, the British label also played two of Bowie's greatest hits: "Changes" and "Oh You Pretty Things," before and after the show.

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