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If you noticed the eye-catching rings on models at Karla Spetic's runway show during Australian Fashion Week, you might have done a double-take.
The high fashion items weren't rings, but sex toys.
The vibrators matched the outfits in the Oasis Resort collection, one in a pastel aqua, and the other in a sleek black.
Karla's partnership with Lovehoney might appear to be purely aesthetic, but there's more to it.
"My main objective... is to empower and build women's confidence through fashion and pleasure," she says.
"The Lovehoney product range available is aesthetically aligned with both shapes and colours of our new Oasis SS23 collection and I’m super excited."
Some models also swapped clutches for bags made from the collection's fabric, which contained a Lovehoney Glow Up Rechargeable Bullet Vibrator.
If you'd like to emulate these looks - or simply buy the vibrators for their usual function - here's what you need to know:
This finger vibrator has a stretchy ring so it firmly attaches to your finger.
It's designed for solo use or is great for rubbing on your partner's body too.
This is made from super soft silicone and has a curved, rounded tip.
It has 20 different speeds and patterns and can be used alone or with a partner.
It comes with a USB charging cable and is in a fabric bag - although not one of Karla's.
Models carried these discreet vibrators in custom made fabric bags.
They have three vibration speeds and seven patterns, with an easy-to-use push-button.
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