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Bizarre Runway Fashion and Where to Wear Them

Be it Milan, or Paris or New York, every fashion extravaganza has its share of 'in your face' looks that initially make you pucker up. Take the bizarre runway fashion from runway to where they’ll be appreciated most.


By Neha Kaushik Published on Jan 19, 2017, 09:12 AM

Bizarre Runway Fashion and Where to Wear Them

When you’re casually browsing channels and come across some inexplicable high fashion couture line on Fashion TV, you can’t help wonder, “Really, where would I wear them?” While some get off the runway and into Lady Gaga’s red carpet wardrobe, there are others that you can (maybe) brave on the streets when you’re feeling a little adventurous. Here are some of the most bizarre runway fashion trends and where you can carry them.

Be it Milan, Paris or New York, every fashion week presents its share of ‘in your face’ outfits. While they may initially make you pucker up, there’s some fun is musing over the uniqueness and imagining yourself strut down a particularly unknown foreign land where it’ll be appreciated.

Take some of your worst fashion dilemmas on a test drive in these cities.

1. Colour Blocking

The trend has emerged in the most striking colour combinations ever. Used more than just to put contrast in outfits, colour blocking is all about ‘in-your-face-colour’ that more often than not takes the shape of bold outfits as these.

Bizarre Fashion
(L-R) Chloe, Sonia Rykiel, Proenza Schouler

But the boldness ought to be expressed in a city that compliments it. The artsy culture and the city scape of Barcelona is such that it’ll make you want to get your quirky side out. You won’t hesitate to shine in these bright hues. The truth is, no one has the time to look. Be it Placa Reial, the Gothic Quarter, Park Guell or the crowded La Rambla on the weekends, you’re good to go with strappy heels and minimal make up.

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