Ah YouTube, it gives us video we cringe but can't help but watch over and over (i.e. the Leave Britney Alone videos) but then you get little gems like this video from the Alexander McQueen spring 1999 runway show. At the end of the show, model Shalom Harlow walks out in a simple white McQueen dress, where she meets a machine which literally paints a 'print' on her as the finale. Not a bad concept - and this was before Viktor & Rolf made their models walk down the runway with light installations on their outfits, or before Ksubi sent rats down their runway.