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This isn't the first time we've seen outrageous head gear on a runway (Let's refer to most, if not every collection Gareth Pugh's ever presented), so what exactly is it about a few pieces of wood that's so offensive?
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We think the important thing to note here, is that runway collections don't always have to be taken so literally. An entire collection could simply be forecasting an upcoming trend for silhouettes, patterns, or colours, just as it can be the artistic manifestation of a designer's vision of fashion. No one said you have to wear two-by-fours on your head because they appeared in a designer's collection. All-in-all, we thought the collections showcased the talent of the designers, and although we wouldn't wear all of it ourselves, we think credit is due to the creative risks each designer took.
Now over to you, fellow fashion enthusiasts: What do you think? Are we taking fashion so seriously that we can't even appreciate someone's creative approach on clothing?