On modern day haute couture

Whenever I think about haute couture, I like to picture dresses like this . . .

Christian Dior’s “Junon” dress, 1949-1950

Elegant, beautiful, covered in sequins. Designed to look good.

But instead we get this:

Ethiopian Fashion?
Oh god, I think it’s alive

Aside from the sheer hideousness of the bag pretending to be a dress, look at the model. Skeletal, with a vapid look in her sunken eyes that clearly shows that she’s too stoned to realize she’s been partially eaten, or that she has some sort of bowl on her head.

Badly Dressed Zombies
There’s a swarm of them!

This is why I only look at clothes circa 1960.


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