London Fashion Week is in full swing and models have continued to surprise the fashion community by walking the catwalk in a series of bizarre looks, including torso slits and dresses with barely-there cleavage.
The event in the UK capital, held twice a year, kicked off last Friday and has seen a selection of weird and wonderful creations hit the catwalk.
Today, the spotlight is on women’s clothing brand Di Petsa, founded in London in 2019 by Greek designer Dimitra Petsa.
The relatively new brand has garnered celebrity support, with Gigi Hadid, Doja Cat, Bella Hadid and FKA Twigs sporting intricate designs.
But despite the influx of celebrity support, the daring runway looks presented today at BFC NEWGEN Show Space will likely leave jaws dropping.
Womenswear brand Di Petsa showed off a variety of weird and wonderful looks during London Fashion Week, including a dress that had the material covering the torso removed to reveal an impregnated uterus.
One model wore a sheer cream dress with the torso cut away to reveal a fertilized uterus.
The unique piece featured a diamond-encrusted headpiece that extended to the model’s eyes.
Di Petsa’s signature ‘wet look’ was captured in the material of the set, as its gathered texture gave a fluid appearance.
The look symbolizes “self-acceptance” and “honoring the fluid state,” according to Dimitra’s website.
Also included was a uniquely creative makeup aesthetic, with the model opting for an ethereal eyeshadow look with pink undertones.
On the other hand, in an unusual way, two models paraded at the same time during the Di Petsa show.
The models appeared to include an interpretive performance, in which they embraced each other through their sheer mesh dresses in nude tones.
At one point, one model appeared to drop to her knees while looking directly at the other.
Elsewhere in the show, a pair of models took to the runway at the BFC NEWGEN space in London with an interpretive act.
In an unusual performance, one model sat on the floor while looking directly at another model as she stood up.
The couple then embraced each other in a warm embrace through their nude mesh dresses.
Moments later, the models seemed to strangely embrace each other in a warm embrace.
They also looked like they had red material on two fingers, perhaps representing blood.
The memorable duo concluded their brief performance by strutting to the end of the runway holding hands.
Elsewhere, a different model took to the catwalk in an equally daring ensemble, wearing nothing but barely-crotch material.
The look included a matching headdress with a tighter fabric than the dress. A pair of shiny silver pants added to his skimpy appearance, with nothing else underneath.
In another daring look, a model bravely went on the run in a barely-there crochet dress and headpiece.
The couple completed their unique performance by strutting down the catwalk holding hands.
The extravagant show didn’t end there, and the brand brought together another pair of models on the runway, but this time in ethereal looks.
One donned a low-cut capri top in a satin material with a pair of coordinating pants.
The cream-colored material helped produce the “contemporary Goddess aesthetic” that Di Petsa strives for, along with “traditional craftsmanship” and “original drapery techniques,” according to Dimitra’s website.
Elsewhere, the other model wore a draped fairy-like dress with cut-out sides.
However, the most unique aspect of the performance was that the couple appeared to embrace with a kiss when they reached the end of the runway.
The couple had coordinated hairstyles, and their bright but seemingly low-maintenance styles achieved a “wet look.”
The interpretive scene seemed to increase in intensity when a model stretched the fabric of her dress.
A cream pirate blouse, daringly low-cut and with ruffle details, was the centerpiece of another model’s daring look.
In an unusual addition to the show, a pair of models kissed as they reached the end of the runway.
The show included several eye-catching head pieces, including one made of silver wires that stretched across the model’s face.
Whether it was the torso or the chest, cutout dresses apparently made up a big part of Di Petsa’s looks this London Fashion Week.
As expected, another model strutted down the runway in a dress with much of the top half cut out.
The few pieces of material left on the top half were held together with colored crystals and beads.
Perhaps the most striking part of the look was the extravagant headpiece, which appeared to imitate flowers using thin silver wire.
In addition to sitting atop the model’s head, the wire pieces extended across the model’s face to complete the avant-garde look.