This model walking the runway at Theyskens’ Theory show at NYFW is seriously wearing the exact same outfit as Charlie Bucket’s bedridden Grandpa Joe in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” But at least Grandpa Joe washed his hair.
Oh fashion week, we can always count on you to supply us with style inspiration, WTF outfits, and a plethora of male models who seem truly confused as to where they are and what they are doing and why exactly they are not wearing any pants. This guy from the Mark McNairy runway show, for example, seems to be taking a page from the “walk of shame” school of fashion, complete with a half-empty beer. [Style]
Just when I thought New York Fashion Week was going to come and go without any designer sending a sequined, feathered, red-nippled bustier down the runway, The Blonds (who also designed the outfit for Drag Queen Barbie) come through for me. Phew, that was close.
This model at the Duckie Brown Spring 2013 show bravely made his way down the runway in a garment that very much resembles a fresh fabric explosion. Thank goodness he seems to have escaped unscathed.
This model at the Betsey Johnson Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear runway show is sporting a neon outfit that’s both fashion forward and safety conscious. Check out the complete collection here.
I’m not sure how this outfit from the Megla M runway show is supposed to work in real life (being able to move your arms is kind of important), but if all else fails, it could easily be repurposed as a Halloween costume.
This bright pink model was part of a rainbow of painted faces at the Alexis Mabille couture show in Paris on Monday. Check out the whole collection here.
There are normal fashion shows, and then there are fashion shows where a model lights a barbecue in the middle of the runway. As you can see, the Livia Stoianova and Yassen Samouilov couture show in Paris this week was the latter.
This poor chap at the Rochambeau show needs our help! Anybody see the crotch of his apparently very drop crotch pants lately? Anybody? Keep reading »
As much as we wanted to like the Creatures of the Wind collection, the flat, dowdy presentation of the clothing, combined with the sullen faces of the models left a lot to be desired. Guys, it’s fashion, not a Soviet gulag! Check out the full collection here. Keep reading »