Maybe these outfits are for circus performers who get shot out of canons. In that case, the padded shoulders are practical, to soften the landings.
I am laughing so hard because I actually love this! I didn’t even realize which thread this was at first.
Here is the write up from Vogue Runway along with my favorite look (this vest jacket is amazing!) and the one I dislike most (this model looks ashamed of herself)!I am laughing so hard because I actually love this! I didn’t even realize which thread this was at first.
I was trying to figure out who the designer is, and then when I saw the bags I realized it must be LV.
I do hate the 90s skater pants and shoes in the first look but I love the shrug! It’s way too extreme to wear to work, but I would absolutely wear it to a holiday party and have a ton of fun (especially assuming that the retail version may be have a little less of an extreme silhouette)! It reminds me of Alexander McQueen shoulders on jackets and capes.
The second look isn’t my favorite (looks like it’s made out of a Fraggle), but I would also love to wear the shrug in the 3rd photo with a sleek long dress or even just with a black top and slacks. Not paired with the runway gladiator look though!
I didn’t watch this runway show, so now I will have to look for it, because these themes seem to have very diverse reference points and I cannot figure it out at all without seeing it in motion.
You could buy mukluks for 400 of your closest friends for the same amount!