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This is on some strange Never Ending Story shit right here.

Well it’s happening again. Quite assuredly the weirdest fashion show on earth, Silicon Valley Fashion Week?! is back for its second year. Is it real? Is it a joke? The answer is yes.

So what is the SVFW? It’s being billed as a “3-night show packed with futuristic clothing, drones, stage performances, and the unknown”. They might even have drones all dressed up and looking sexy. I mean it’s not like you haven’t thought about sexy drones before, right? Also each night is different so there will be lots of surprises.

Betabrand and Zappos are teaming up to put it on and you can get $5 off your tickets by clicking here.

In the meantime check out some of the best and weirdest shit from last year in the photos below. All the photos come from Betabrand’s FB page:


Possibly the next villain in Batman?


I’ve always liked a drone in fancy pants.


Do not wear this dress while shopping for cacti


It was only a matter of time until someone made sexy body armor.


I’ve always thought tuxedos needed more LED lights


Balloon party!

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