Sep 28, 2011 12:00AM

Supermodel Love Children

We cross-breed Abbey Lee, Lindsey and Daphne to create the super-babes of the future.

It is a few decades from now, in the not-so-distant future. We consume all food in pill form and ride hovercrafts to work, but something much more exciting is happening. Models are being bred in labs in Paris, using the DNA of the industry's biggest names, creating a whole new sub-race of hybrid homosapien super-babes.

The stars of the SS12 show season - Lindsey Wixson, Abbey Lee and Daphne Groeneveld - are clearly hot on their own. We're talking an 11 out of 10, grown-man-crying kind of hot. But imagine what would happen if the unfairly beautiful facial 8 of these individual girls were genetically modified, moulded together in a series of aesthetically amazing amalgams. We've taken a little of the guesswork out of this exercise, and are pleased to present to you the sublime super-babe supermodels of the future, featuring Lindsey, Abbey and Daphne.

And just in case this has made your brain hurt:

Images created by Shane Sakkeus

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