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Selfie Sticks Continue To Infiltrate Fashion

Photo via Interview Magazine

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Last week, Pucci showed a selfie stick printed dress. This week, Bustle notes that Interview's July issue includes a fashion editorial called "Selfie" which shows model Saskia de Brauw carrying around selfie sticks while wearing Balenciaga, Prada, Saint Laurent, and McQueen.

Actually, she doesn't carry around all the selfie sticks, she's wearing some on her neck and waist via custom leather harnesses created by designer Zana Bayne. These selfie stick harnesses aren't available for sale yet, but they might be one day, according to Bayne. "I think the fashion world is drawn to selfie sticks because they're so ridiculous, so overt, and so human-meets-technology," Bayne told R29.