Erin Fetherson: We like elves. Especially if they wear swan feathers as headgear and wear eye make-up that makes them look like they just stepped out of some holy freezer, all fresh and crispy to make your life magic again.
Charlotte Ronson: Pleats are done by just about everyone next season. Only none of them did them so well as Charlotte. Let’s all stand up and give Charlotte a big round of applause and a gold star.
Cynthia Rowley: Cynthia rode her bike on the runway when the show was over. Obviously it’s hard to get the skirt right when you’re dressing a model while sitting on a girly bike. The top rocks, though.
Nicholai (by Nicky Hilton)
OK, so this doesn’t really count as ‘fashion’, but we had to include this pick from Nicky Hilton’s ‘fashion show’ just for shits and giggles. Teehee. Prrrt. Teehee.
Tying your belt around the waste like it’s a rope is not ‘creative’ or ‘edgy’. It’s retarded. Especially when you try to match it with a hat we can only imagine to be in a picture next to the word ‘asshat’ in the dictionary.
Rag & Bone
When you’re going for a certain look, like… oh I don’t know… a gondola boy, it’s never a good idea to copy the picture in your 5th grade encyclopedia.
If you’re anything like me, the first thing that popped into your mind when you read that Cynthia Rowley rode a girly bike onto the runway was: ‘Oh man, I hope that bike had some nice streamers.’ Sadly, those streamers were all attached to this dress.
Thom Brown The question: ‘Why, for god’s sake, why?!’ is easily answered: even though the show was ‘ready to wear’, Thom wanted to make a statement: ‘Menswear on the runway doesn’t have to be wearabale’. Great. Unfortunately, this outfit doesn’t make that statement. Instead, it says something along the lines of: ‘My name is Thom with an h and I got a lot of shit for that when I was a small boy. I guess I never fully recovered from that.’