Gareth Pugh's Fall 2014 Runway Models Look Like the Abominable Snowwomen

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Paris Fashion Week is not for the sartorially meek. This we already knew, but when we viewed Gareth Pugh's eccentric Fall 2014 collection, we reevaluated our understanding of the term "idiosyncratic." Clothed in varying shades of cream and white, Pugh's models sauntered onto the runway in a series of costumes that fondly recalled the Abominable Snow Monster from the seminal 1964 classic Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. Between the face-obscuring clouds of white fur and what appeared to be a dress made out of paper snowflakes, it appeared that the polar vortex had hit Pugh's runway. While we applaud the designer for keeping his collection quite demure (with the exception of a single topless model), we can't imagine the average girl about town wearing a coat that looks like a glorified snowball. At the very least, Pugh's collection is perfect for keeping extra toasty this fall

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