Maison Margiela isn't exactly known for its subtly — this is the brand that dropped a quarter of a shirt for $1,000 — but its latest item definitely takes things a little further.

For its 2018 Haute Couture collection in Paris, Maison Margiela's creative director John Galliano sent models down the runway with iPhone clamps attached to their ankles and wrists.

In a time when people are concerned about phone addictions and going on a "digital detox" is a thing, Galliano went the other way by physically attaching the device to models' bodies.

As strange as it looks, we can definitely see these popping up in street style pics next season. What do you think of the look? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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