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Agent Provocateur Tries to Sex Up Monty Python

Images courtesy of Agent Provocateur
Images courtesy of Agent Provocateur

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Didn't see this coming: Agent Provocateur has branched into costume design for Monty Python (Mostly) Live Show, which made its quirky debut on London's West End today.

The lingerie brand created the costumes exclusively for 10 female dancers on the show, using all sorts of highbrow design techniques that seem a little intense for the average Monty Python audience member. According to the press release, "the outfits consist of our Soirée Lenara gown, a decadent, floor- sweeping robe in super-sheer black tulle decorated with copper and droplet bugle beads, Alina basque which is crafted from sensual sheer mesh and trimmed with a delicate floral French lace, customized Matilda suspenders and Marcella knickers with Puta gunmetal fixtures and custom made black leather over the knee-high heeled boots." Translation: these girls look really sexy and that guy looks really creepy in the middle of all the sexiness.

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