Fashion and trends can get a bit mad, we know this. However, when a new one comes along, which is genuinely quite weird, we can't help but be perplexed by it.

The newest, apparently, is women going out clubbing in duct tape. Not, like completely wrapped up in it, but having just enough on them to cover their delicate areas.

Each to their own and all that, but someone's dad who needs their tape for work tomorrow is going to be livid.

Joel Alvarez is the man who kick started this 'artistic' statement, according to the Mirror, calling it the Black Tape Project.

The trend has grown since its inception, with 200,000 followers on social media. Joel describes it as "scintillating visual extravaganza that has captivated audiences around the globe."

Now an established company making strides in the world, the Black Tape Project has toured Las Vegas, New York, the Caribbean, and parts of Europe. Imagine it coming to England? You'd have to get one hell of a beer jacket on before you even think about leaving the house. And the bloody scenes in the chicken shop at the end of the night would be ridiculous.

If you want to book them for a party you will get exclusive rights to the brand, exclusive "use" of the girls (whatever that means), a live show, and PR and social media support.

There's three packages to choose from. There's the BTP Girls Appearance, whereby the models bring "raw energy and beauty" to the event. There's also the BTP Live Tape Show, the most popular package, where the raw energy and beauty is the same, but the taping is done in front of the audience.

The final one is the BTP Seductive Fire Show *pantomime oooooooh*, where, again, the raw energy and beauty is ever present, but the models do fire breathing on a cat walk.

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Featured Image Credit: Black Tape Project

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