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Viktor & Rolf's Sassy Paris Fashion Week Show Is A Real Mood

If a picture speaks a thousand words then the edgy Dutch fashion house's ball gowns were positively shouting -- and we're all ears.

For their Spring Summer 2019 show in Paris on Wednesday, the design duo Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren sent models down the runway in the most divine creations -- complete with sassy slogans splashed across the front.

Titled 'Fashion Statements' the haute couture collection was an exercise in juxtaposition -- think frothy, candy-coloured gowns emblazoned with searing statements like, "Sorry I'm late I didn't want to come."

A big mood, no?

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Other dresses sported more socially-conscious messages like, "I want a better world," and "Less is more" -- the latter ironically featured on the most OTT frock we've ever seen.

Another frock encouraged us to "Give a damn," while an enormous baby blue number cut to the chase, simply saying, "No."

In other words, the avant-garde designers have basically summed up what everyone's thinking heading into 2019 with a few well-chosen words.

Bravo to you, sirs.

Really, what did we expect -- these are the guys that brought us this huge sleepy mood back in 2005.

Scroll on for V&R's straight-talking farshun.

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