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Supermodel Karolina Kurkova Wore A Machine Gun-Print Dress In New York

She says it's an "anti-violence" look.

Supermodel Karolina Kurkova stepped out for a stroll around New York's West Village on Friday wearing a dress featuring an all-over assault weapon print.

Fame FlyNet

Her husband Archie Drury (wisely) didn't wear anything emblazoned with pictures of guns, so they didn't match.


The dress, by Israeli designer Nili Lotan, was made in 2006.

Lotan spoke with the Daily News, explaining that its original design "was against war [in light of Israeli-Lebanese conflict specifically] and not anything to do with the personal use of guns." She added that she wouldn't be repeating the print in any of her current work, as "today it would provoke the wrong impression." (Emphasis mine.)

Over the weekend, Karolina posted a statement on Facebook explaining the outfit in similar terms.

A large number of her Facebook fans seemed to agree, whether out of principle or star-struck sycophancy.

But there were a few vocal critics. This is social media after all.

Don't hold back there.

Don't hold back there.

Most of all though, people used the post as an opportunity to hit on her.

And, well, just to check she's well-nourished.

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