IS BEING UNFASHIONABLE THE NEW FASHIONABLE?

Fun fact: when I was younger, I used to envisage myself strutting along a gleaming catwalk in LA, enveloped in a glamorous designer dress (a girl can dream...), but what if that dress was dismissively discarded in homecoming to something a little more - shall we say - 'plastic inflateable-esque'?


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For this model, that was precisely the case (unless, of course, sauntering across a runway at London Fashion Week homed the top spot on this woman's bucket list).

This whole concept of chucking on a weird, grotesque and, dare I say it, unfashionable outfit just doesn't seem to sit right for me. Surely a fashion abomination should send you straight into the industry's no-go zone, not bag you Vogue's coveted approval and an exclusive runway walk at LFW (sanity...are you there?)  

To venture into this situation a little deeper, I decided to delve into some of London Fashion Week's most questionable appearances to find out: is being unfashionable the new fashionable? Besides, what better way to make you feel better about your own style choices than to capitalize off of the fashion world's own faux-pas. 



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Do you have anything that screams, 'my dress ate me'? Yes, that's perfect!



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Did somebody order custom couture plastic?



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Oh, I'm sorry! I thought today was circus training...silly me!


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Spider man, is that you?!

Not only do shocking and quirky outfits send thrills to the fashion industry, but they are also scaringly easy to pull off; take the viral youtube video, Faking the way to LFW wearing ugly clothes for example.

Sooo, what do you think? Is being unfashionable the new fashionable?


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