Here we have a lovely little ensemble. The guy's wearing leggings -- LEGGINGS -- and a tunic with a brown eagle and the words "LEONARD PELTIER IS INNOCENT" emblazoned across it. Does she even know who Leonard Peltier is? In case you weren't aware, he's a cop-killer wrapping himself in a shroud of First-Nations mystique, appealing to the conspiracy-heads and anarchist wackos all over the world in an attempt to have himself freed. He slaughtered a couple of FBI agents and then claimed it was in self-defense. Madame Westwood, you're not winning any points with me so far. Let's see if you can redeem yourself...
Hmmm... yeah, I can see how somebody in a burnt-orange cowboy hat might also choose to wear a purple crocheted ruffly sweater. Did anyone mention his left boot is untied? But I digress. (Apologies to Prochein Amy, whom I love dearly)
Hard to say what this is. He's either wearing a Mongolian sweater with a second sweater dangling upside-down as an apron, or it's a new kind of clothing that's reversible in every direction including vertically. No, Madame Westwood, your "fashion" is crap. Appears you agree with me, too:
But let's disinfect our retinas with some Versace:
Strikingly handsome. Donatella frightens me when I see photographs of her, but I have to hand it to her -- she puts out some very nice stuff. Burberry also had some very yummy offerings on the runway, like this one:
Something about that just screams "Mr. Darcy Visits Kiev" to me. Very hot. I could've lived without the Dolce & Gabbana "Jetsons" lineup, however:
Hmm. Not so much. Looks remarkably like Jiffy-Pop. Not a mental association they were aiming for, I reckon, but there it is.
Wow, that didn't take long. I'm already receiving hate-mail from the FreePeltier crowd. Heh. If you're curious, you can read about it here. If you disagree, whatever. It's your right.