15 pieces of horrific men's fashion

00:08, Jun 17 2014
Crazy men's fashion at London Collection
JAMES LONG: Straight to the short bus for these two!
Crazy men's fashion at London Collection
ASTRID ANDERSEN: Well this is going to shake things up at the gym if it catches on. (Although I will warn you lads, synthetic meshy-lace is an armpit stink minefield).
Crazy men's fashion at London Collection
KTZ: That spit curl is really complementing his oh-so-wearable plastic chest plate (he must just be dripping with sweat under that thing - but hey, that just means more fluid to be utilised to keep that hair in place).
Crazy men's fashion at London Collection
YMC: Perfect for the urban lad who finds himself in the eye of a ferocious desert storm. (Or for anyone who wants to weird people out enough to achieve a high level of personal space on the bus).
Crazy men's fashion at London Collection
LIAM HODGES: The mysterious seaweed-hair voodoo doctor was hardly ever seen in public, but on the rare occasions that he stepped out, he was always wearing his denim smock and fleur de lis sheriff's hat.
Crazy men's fashion at London Collection
MOSCHINO: Meanwhile, the real sheriff in town was oft' mocked for his impractical outfit choices - particularly his propensity for airy mesh rather than bullet proof vests, and his use of lady coin purses to pack bullets.
Crazy men's fashion at London Collection
KIT NEALE: Imagine a futuristic dystopia in which all men are slaves, kept in barns and only let out by the ladies to work the land ... and Cath Kidston is the matriarch that has been put in charge of uniforms.
Crazy men's fashion at London Collection
NICOMEDE TALAVERA: Astoundingly, it's the use of gingham that I'm finding most offensive here (even with the boob tube dress in the mix).
Crazy men's fashion at London Collection
LEE ROACH: Power to the poor soul tasked with marketing the men's halter neck.
Crazy men's fashion at London Collection
HARDY AMIES: And, just to show that the whole fashion week wasn't a wash, here is some interesting, different, but yet still in the realm of wearable loveliness from designer Hardy Amies.
Crazy men's fashion at London Collection
DUNHILL: And, as a complete antidote to all the mesh and pleather, here are the new yet still wonderfully classic looks from Alfred Dunhill.

It seems high end fashion just doesn't really 'get' men - and many of the latest looks showcased at London: Collections this week, a three day showcase of British menswear designers, prove that.

From lacy gym gear to seaweed hats and plastic bodices, very little of this is wearable. 

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