High fashion can be very confusing. Those who are interested can accept couture gowns and designer looks as works of art — as visions of fantasy only representing reality, not meant to be wearable but simply admired and personalized. However, many people will just never come to terms with that artistic genius... and so they've created a genius of their own. Parodies, recreations, and witty backlash, all present in the following works of art, remind us that the world of designer collections — and the eclectic group who wears and creates them — shouldn't be taken so seriously.
Jennifer Lawrence's Golden Globe Dress Gets Spoofed
#Lawrencing involved recreating J-Law’s Dior gown with anything you could find around the house. For most people, this meant bedding and ribbon.
Jimmy Kimmel Tricks Fashion Week Attendees
Jimmy Kimmel understands the true significance of New York Fashion Week, and so he asked random Lincoln Center fashionistas about designers Meadowlark Lemon, George Costanza, Willy Loman, and Eddie Munster. Those silhouettes… that texture! Ugh, almost too good to be true.
Suri Cruise's Burn Book
Who knew Suri Cruise is as sassy as she is stylish? Suri’s Burn Book, a blog written in the imagined voice of a Shiloh Jolie-Pitt-hating, Kiernan Shipka-loving, Blue Ivy Carter-fearing “Suri Cruise,” is snarky, witty perfection.
Angie's Right Leg
Angelina Jolie’s 2012 Oscar dress had one very serious accessory, and it loved making a statement. Mock it as you may, Angie’s fierceness is unbeatable.