London Fashion Week craziness
PAM HOGG: My ambition in life* is to be so rich I can afford to drop a couple of grand on clothing like this. So, essentially pay to be naked. *not really** .... **maybe.
PAM HOGG: High fashion really haven't dabbled in the merkin enough - thank goodness Pam Hogg's going there. PS: The model to the right looks like an extremely unimpressed poodle.
ASHISH: This is very 'homeless-hipster? Hipster or homeless?' Although it would have to be a homeless person with access to a bedazzler.
ASHLEY ISHAM: FINALLY someone's taken inspiration from Fat Albert's Dumb Donald. I was just waiting for this day. #Inspired.
EUDON CHOI: I can't tell you how long I've been looking for a wooden pastel Rorschach test-style fascinator.
KRYSTOF STROZNYA: This is very sports-luxe a-la Kath Day-Knight after an attack of the GHDs. Perfect for a glass of cardonnay on the terrace
MARQUES'ALMEIDA: I'm pretty sure this Portuguese design duo have just raided TLC's 1992 wardrobe.
ONES TO WATCH: It's like Comme des Garcons meets bog peasant.
SWEDISH TEXTILE DESIGNERS: Normally a giant patch screaming BEARS ON THE LOOSE would be the most alarming thing about a pair of outfits. Normally.
VIVIENNE WESTWOOD RED LABEL: Don't you just hate it when putting mascara on in the back of a cab goes a touch wrong?
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Merkins, wooden fascinators and extreme mascara fails - some of the less inspiring moments from LFW.
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