The Italian label, which stands for God Can’t Destroy Streetwear, had the models sporting tiny neon bralettes each had a fake third breast implanted in between their other two at the centre of their chest.
Each model’s small top was strategically cropped to reveal a significant amount of underboob that showed off the three breasts lined side-by-side.
Social media commenters speculated that the look was inspired by a scene from the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger film Total Recall when a similar-looking three-breasted prostitute flashed her chest at the actor’s character.
Calza, who founded the line in 2015, opened up about the inspiration behind the eye-catching collection to WWD. “We’re a young group here — we’re all under 30 — and I wanted to talk to people our age about the future and get them thinking about plastics, water shortage and the environment,” he said. “Full sustainability is impossible, and I wanted this show to be a wake-up call.”
This article originally appeared on PEOPLE