Weird Fashion Trends

Weird Fashion Trends

While the world fashion and style is filled with unique surprises, it is also full of weird fashion trends. The fashion and style ramp has always been welcoming weird fashion trends every year which are bit strange and unusual. It is the utmost effort of artists and fashion creators to bring some fashion and style statement with their original expression. Though, in order to fulfilling the idea and in trying to shock the public, most of the artists came up with the most weird fashion trends that one could ever imagine. When it comes to weird fashion trends on the fashion ramp following are some of the strangest trends that have shocked the world of fashion and style.

Chainsaw Tulle Couture

Chainsaw Tulle Couture

This is one of the weird fashion trends that was put on fashion and style display at the Viktor and Rolf Spring 2010 Collection. The dresses were made of tulle with sections hacked out by a chainsaw.

Hunter and the prey

Hunter and the prey

Another weird fashion trend in the world of fashion and style is when fashion designers show their interpretations of hunter and the hunted on the fashion ramp. The get-ups are not only strange and weird fashion trend, but also quite unacceptable in practical fashion and style.

Pac-Man Helmets

Pac-Man Helmets

The wicked pac-man helmets are weird fashion trend which were shown on Giles Deacon runway at London Fashion week in 2008. Though, the fashion and style of pac-man helmets was not appreciated that much, but still it is remembered as one of the weird fashion trends.

Super-high stilettos

Super-high stilettos

T Alexander McQueen also put weird fashion trend on fashion and style ramp by displaying its 10-inch super-high stilettos boots in its recent runway show.

Hippy tribal look

Hippy tribal look

The tribal look is also one of the weird fashion trends on the fashion ramps of Spring 2008 Fashion and style. The weird fashion trend was displayed on fashion ramp with hippie head bands, crazy colors, huge cowboy hat and above all the clowned faces with wacky makeup.

The Wizard Look

The Wizard Look

The weird fashion trend about the wizard look was displayed at the London Fashion week 2008 by the designer Gareth Pugh, who is inspired by the fashion and style of Wizard of Oz.

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