After successfully planting a fake model for photographers at last year’s London Fashion Week, Zac and Jamie of The Zac and Jay Show wondered if they could do it again. And they got even crazier this time. They hired Elizabeth, a beautiful and charming 78-year-old lady to be their model. They dressed her into a wonderfully ridiculous creation consisting of a green suit, plastic clothes pegs, and bubblewrap. And she totally rocked it in front of photographers who thought that she was one of the actual models
There has been a diptych going around Facebook lately which has made me laugh every time I’ve seen it. Perhaps you’ve seen it too: there’s a woman’s cleavage in one photo and the BTS image in the other, showing that the “cleavage” is actually a man’s butt crack. The photo has gone viral and quickly turned into a meme, but there’s a story behind it that’s even more epic than the idea itself.
German actress and model Palina Rojinski is the person behind it. Being fed up with vulgar comments on her Instagram photos, she thought of this prank to troll the perverts who have been harassing her online.
The world of fashion can be quirky sometimes, to say the least. We’ve seen models wearing bizarre creations many times, and Zac and Jamie of The Zac and Jay Show wondered: could they plant a fake model and make photographers at London Fashion Week think that he was real? It turned out that it was pretty easy to do it; all they needed was one day and some imagination for creating a ridiculous outfit.
From time to time, people compare professional video cameras with DSLRs or even smartphones. This is usually done to let you know that gear doesn’t matter as long as you have a good idea and skills. And this is cool. But when a Redditor Gidremuze316 asked the /r/videography crew to help him choose between a Canon 7D Mark II and an Arri Alexa, it led to an epic series of trolling comments.
YouTuber Jonathan Morrison caused some stir on Instagram and Twitter on Saturday and trolled both Apple and Android users with a single photo. He posted a selfie with a caption: “Pixel 2 Portrait mode 👀 rocking the smalls hat 👀 thoughts?” Android fans rushed to praise the image quality and of course, to bash the iPhone. But a day later, Jonathan revealed the truth: the photo was actually taken with an iPhone XS.