EVERY time fashion week comes around, we marvel at gorgeous (and wearable) designer creations of the silk, satin, leather and lace variety with complementing colours and hues.
We envision what these exquisite gowns will look like hanging in our closets, what shoes we’ll pair them with, and which clutch will complement the overall outfit best.
Over the past few weeks we’ve taken a look at some of the prettier creations which have come off the runways of Russia, Greece, Argentina, South Korea, among others.
But among these somewhat conservative pieces, you may notice several, err, slightly stranger-looking designs.
I’ve picked out some of the oddest ones, and tried to figure out how I would incorporate them into my wardrobe. What do you guys think ? 😛
Aptly named ‘Contrfashion’, this design is both puzzling and intriguing. While I’d be perfectly comfortable with the bottom half of the dress, I’m not quite sure how my friends would react to the top half, and also… how I would walk confidently having limited visuals of the path I’m on.
This creation by Marco Corso at Georgia fashion week seems like the practical thing to don on a rainy day.
Ditto my last comment above. I do like the non-mushroom looking part of the overall outfit though.
I actually really dig the creation in the middle – for conservative dressers, this one is gold.
At first I didn’t know whether those long white strips were meant to be tentacles or flower petals, and all I want to do is pull them together to form a proper bulb. However, I can see this look working if the tentacles/petals were tiny, as a funky collar or hemline.
This is definitely a head-turner. Sunflowers, tattoo-ed sleeves, no.. pants? How this all fits together I have no clue, but somehow it works doesn’t it?
Yea.. are you thinking what I’m thinking? (hmm.. something to do with hell and raising? ) I think I kinda see the point of the top with the exaggerated sleeves but I’ve never really been a fan of face-coverings. What’s your take on this?