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Back in HS, tongue and bellybutton piercings were the new trend. Girls would stick-out their tongue, or pull up their shirt, to show you their new accessory. But more recently I couldn't help but notice that the trend of pierced nipples is becoming more mainstream, especially with the models. What's even more surprising is that they're showing it off on both the runways (Abbey Lee for Calvin Klein F/W08) and in editorials (Agyness Deyn for i-D magazine & Catherine McNeil for Vogue Germany).

This raises an interesting question: Will the luxury brands get into this new niche accessory market, next? Say a Louis Vuitton nipple ring, or a Gucci emblemed nipple bar? And is there a difference between getting your right or left nipple pierced?

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That gives me sympathy pains.

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Posted by: C | Apr 17, 2009 at 04:09 AM

Freja beha also has a nippel piercing

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Posted by: Ronny | Sep 24, 2009 at 09:47 PM

mmmm... nips so cute ;*

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Posted by: E.K.E. | Feb 27, 2010 at 10:08 AM

I agree with you. There's a 'pattern'... But I also think it's the more or less bisexual/lesbian models - or the models who like to appear like that. Or just androgynous.

I SURE LIKE IT. But I don't think I'd ever consider it myself, ouch.

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would love to get one... the problem is pain.. when I overcome that part I get one!

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