To celebrate the 18th World Population Day on July 11, a fascinating creative fashion show was organized in Beijing, to create awareness among the public for prevention of AIDS.
Condoms of all shapes and sizes were used to make dresses, hats and even lollipops. Models fought through extravagant soap bubble special effects to show off tight-fitting wedding gowns, scaly-looking evening dresses, outrageous bikinis and other garments made entirely of condoms.
The show was held at the Fourth China Reproductive Health New Technologies and Products Expo and organized by China's largest condom manufacturer, Guilin Latex Factory, to promote the use of condoms in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
It also marked World Population Day, organized annually by the U.N. Population Fund.
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