Trypophobia, what is this disorder caused by Doja Cat’s dress?

She caused a sensation at the Schiaparelli fashion show. As part of haute couture week, American rapper Doja Cat did not go unnoticed. On the occasion of the traditional parade of the Schiaparelli house, the star triggered an anxiety disorder in many Internet users called “trypophobia”. Behind this term hides… the fear of small holes.

And the least we can say is that the outfit of the rapper was full of small holes. On Twitter, comments about it are chained: “Let’s pray for people with trypophobia”, “It’s so difficult to watch for us who suffer from trypophobia”, etc.

More than 4 hours of work

Identified since 2005, this disorder means “the irrational fear of holes or an image representing close geometric patterns (honeycomb cells, soap foam, sponge, Swiss cheese hole), details the Futura Sciences site. The site of teleconsultation Qare emphasizes that this disorder concerns approximately 15% of the population including 20% ​​of women. How is trypophobia manifested? This disorder is manifested by anxiety, nausea, headaches, chills, or even tachycardia.

To create this look, it took a work of more than 4 hours. “It was such a pleasure to work with the gorgeous Doja Cat and the incredible Daniel Roseberry on the Doja Inferno look for the Schiaparelli haute couture collection. Doja was very patient during the four hours and 58 minutes it took to create this look with the team. It was covered in 30,000 hand-applied Swarovski crystals. It’s an inspiration. The end product was magical, a mesmerizing masterpiece of shine,” makeup artist Pat McGrath commented on her Instagram account.

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