Many designers at Paris Fashion Week decided to obscure their models' faces with masks, hoods, make-up and dramatic plumes.
Even Big Bird would be jealous of Peachoo+Krejberg's lavish feather adornments (below left), which obscured the models' visions and made for a risky runway. Ditto with Julien David's odd ensemble (below center), which looked like a cross between a cactus and potato sack.
Remember, these clothes are supposed to be ready-to-wear, not couture, but there's no way anyone who step out in public like this .... well, maybe Lady Gaga.
If you're fascinated by these styles, check out more wild looks from Paris, including one we call "Q-Tip" girl and Sarah Burton's genius work for Alexander McQueen (below right), by clicking the "Launch Gallery" button below:
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