Sperm prints were the hot trend at London Fashion Week

Let’s talk about sex, baby! The biggest takeaway from London Fashion Week? Designers across the pond are all horned up.

Take Ashley Williams, who showed in London the day after Valentine’s. She’s known for her campy bejeweled hair clips that spell out sayings like “Anxiety” or “Devil” — but things got even more risque this season.

A model walks the runway at the Ashley Williams Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2019-2020 fashion show during London Fashion Week February 2019 on February 15, 2019 in London, England.

A model walks the runway at the Ashley Williams Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2019-2020 fashion show during London Fashion Week February 2019 on February 15, 2019 in London, England. ((Photo by Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images))

How risqué you ask? We’re talking a collection full of squiggly, cartoon-like, sperm-printed pieces.

From a fuzzy fleece to a silky skirt to strapless tea-length cocktail dress, there were plenty of stylish swimmers on these designs. Even more explicit was Williams’ penis-covered sweatband — for when you want to let everyone know you have sex on the brain.

A few days later, Christopher Kane — another cheeky Brit who loves to play with XXX material — was inspired by bodily fluids and fetishes.

A model walks the runway at the Christopher Kane show during London Fashion Week February 2019 on February 18, 2019 in London, England.

A model walks the runway at the Christopher Kane show during London Fashion Week February 2019 on February 18, 2019 in London, England. ((Photo by John Phillips/BFC/Getty Images))

Kane built up to a climax with subtle details like leather, lace and colorful IV bag handbags — but by the 11th look it was plainly spelled out for us. He created mini dresses and tees emblazoned with the terms “Rubberist” and “Looner,” for anyone who wants to bring their underground kink to the foreground.

So, if you’re trying to get lucky — and want everyone to know it — these duds have you (un)covered.

This article originally appeared on the New York Post.