‘Upskirting’ forces brand new attraction to introduce dress code for visitors

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The SUMMIT One Vanderbilt observation deck opened on Thursday and offers visitors breathtaking views of New York. The attraction’s glossy mirroring floors provide some of the venue’s wow factor.

However, the venue quickly discovered the mirrored floor was revealing a little too much of their guests.

Any visitors wearing skirts and everyone close to them could see exactly what they were wearing underneath.

Since the incident, the observation deck rushed to add a new dress code to the FAQ section on its website.

It states: “Due to the nature of the space and presence of reflective and transparent flooring materials, we recommend wearing pants, shorts or tights to enjoy the full SUMMIT experience.

“For guests uncomfortable walking on reflective surfaces, we do offer a non-reflective privacy path throughout the space.”

While the dress code is only advisory and not enforced, it is thought that most guests will want to follow it.

Tickets start at £28 to visit the attraction at the top of the 1,400ft high One Vanderbilt skyscraper in Manhattan.

The highest point of the attraction offers visitors the highest views of Midtown Manhattan in New York.

Designed by Kenzo Digital, the mirrored floors are intended to add an extra special dimension to guests’ experience.

A local New Yorker, Hailey who wore a long skirt to the experience told The New York Post: “I’m wearing shorts underneath. It wasn’t worth the risk.”

The New York Post said: “The giant mirrors leave little to the imagination if you’re wearing a skirt, dress or kilt.”

The attraction told USA Today it does offer guests black shorts if they forget the dress code and feel uncomfortable.

Creator Kenzo Digital said: “We’ve created a work that brings innovative storytelling to the best view in New York city.

“Taking the Summit observation deck canvas and elevating it into a transcendent and euphoric experience.”

New York wasn’t the only city reaching for the skies this week as Dubai also opened the world’s largest ferris wheel on Thursday.

The record breaking wheel is intended to bolster the Middle Eastern city’s reputation as a major tourist destination.

Dubai Eye or Ain Dubai opened with a magnificent light and firework show and can take 1,750 visitors in a single rotation.

Dwarfing the London Eye, Dubai Eye stands at 250m high and offers astounding views of the city.

The Crown Prince of Dubai, Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum, shared a video of himself atop the Ain Dubai.

In the incredible shot, the Crown Prince is captured sitting on top of one of the wheel’s viewing pods.

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