London’s models stunned the fashion community by parading in a series of extravagant looks, including crochet beanies and ceramic torso pieces.
London Fashion Week just started today, but the event has already seen a selection of weird and wonderful creations.
The designs of innovators like Stefan Cook brought a unique and original quality to one of the most renowned events in fashion.
Elsewhere in London, the Prophetik show, ‘Let The Be Naked’, took observers by surprise after a model paraded on a white horse.
Snaps from the English capital’s show show some of the most daring looks from the eclectic collections on show, including a crochet headpiece and the use of hair as a face veil.
Today marked the first day of London Fashion Week, and the event has already showcased a selection of bizarre designs.
One model wore a black and white textured suit, complete with a furry rabbit-shaped backpack.
The unique piece featured a hoodie featuring the same textured pattern and was teamed with a pair of Matrix-style sunglasses.
Continuing with the extravagant aesthetic, a second look from the show showed a half-naked man holding a piece of broken pottery to his torso.
The look, created by the team behind the Di Pesta show, included a chunky necklace and a pair of plain black boxers.
They wore a shimmering cream tan on their bodies, seemingly matching the ceramic theme.
A particularly creative makeup aesthetic was also included, with the model opting for a gold eyeshadow look with red undertones.
A third design featured a unique version of the Turkish hat, known as the Fez Hat.
Created by Bora Aksu, the avant-garde creation sees the Fez Hat redesigned in crotchet.
A particularly unusual design by Di Pesta incorporated a piece of ceramic pottery against the model’s torso.
Designer Bora Aksu has created an avant-garde collection that sees the Turkish Fez hat redesigned as a crotchet.
Although London Fashion Week only starts today, the event has already featured a collection of strange designs, including this feathered baseball cap.
A design by Stefan Cook showed a yellow poncho dress, complete with white studded loafers and a leather bag.
Another model showed a yellow blanket-like dress that appeared to create a dress.
The mid-length of the creation revealed the model’s lower legs and gave a clear glimpse of similar studded loafers.
They wore the poncho dress with a brightly colored leather bag.
And it’s not the only offbeat look from Stefan Cooke, founded in 2017 by the British designer who founded his brand after graduating from Central Saint Martins in 2017.
One model wore a black veil with a sheer mesh dress that had sparkling embellishments at the center of the ensemble, paired with simple black sandals.
The Di Pesta collection, worn by Gigi Hadid, is a London-based brand founded by Greek designer Dimitra Petsa.
One element of the show in particular shows a group of models performing a unique interpretive dance, while sporting lilac dresses.
One model wore a studded plaid maxi skirt and a pink leather bag, but nothing on the top half.
One element of the Di Pesta show involved a group of models performing an interpretive dance, while sporting lilac dresses.
Snaps from the British capital’s show show some of the boldest looks from the eclectic collections on show, including a boldly designed men’s co-ord.
Perhaps the most shocking event of London Fashion Week so far: a model parading on a white horse
Here, a model donned an outfit you’d expect from a history book: with brown leather boots and tucked into pants.
The model above donned a gold lycra outfit for the show, complete with matching stilettos and, most notably, a pearl headpiece.