Thursday, 30 May 2013

Graduate Fashion Week

Graduate Fashion Week

I did post a little introduction about Graduate Fashion Week. It's basically when everyone goes outside the box. And I mean so far outside the box the box is just a distant memory. Nothing wrong with going wacky I guess. It's better than being boring.  Here's some of the weird and wonderful which graced the catwalk recently:

One model struggles to keep her balance dressed in a creation by central St Martins fashion student Min Nan Hui at the school's graduate fashion show
Horny: Bulls horns seem to have inspired young designer Xue LiHorny: Bulls horns seem to have inspired young designer Xue Li
Oh mighty bull! Got a little something on your chinny chin chin.
Fashion emergency? Student Alve Lagercrantz's collection features parachute silks
Possibly Cora Emmanuel modelling?
Shaggy: Rachel Choi wrapped the models up in rug-like outerwearCosy: Rachel Choi wrapped the male models up in childlike outerwear
Male model no1 is yummy. They seem to have made the jumper for two human beings... :P
Safety first: A metal headpiece was the focus of Roni Ilan's futuristic collection

Of course this post is a bit one sided and I haven't shown the wearable pieces I've found (yet). But even the big designers do go a little eccentric. Maybe it's a good trait?

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