“I’ll make the crowd dance like Kriss Kross,” rapped Lady Leshurr, who performed her song “Brush Your Teeth” ahead of Henry Holland’s show wearing a shirtdress and bucket hat printed with luridly colored foliage and bugs. It was an energetic introduction to a collection inspired by the 1998 film “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.”

 

The safari jackets, yellow-tinted aviators, Hawaiian shirts, striped sports socks and sports coats of contrasting panels worn by Johnny Depp’s Raoul Duke and Benicio del Toro’s Dr. Gonzo all made an appearance. There was a safari coat of animal print and contrasting panels of camel, navy and red; a playsuit with safari pockets in a Hawaiian print; a lace-front safari jumpsuit; a very nice pajama suit, and a plush blue coat as cozy as a hotel bath robe.

 

It was all wacky yet wearable, including a midilength mesh dress embroidered with menacingly large bugs straight out of a bad acid trip.

By  on September 20, 2015

“I’ll make the crowd dance like Kriss Kross,” rapped Lady Leshurr, who performed her song “Brush Your Teeth” ahead of Henry Holland’s show wearing a shirtdress and bucket hat printed with luridly colored foliage and bugs. It was an energetic introduction to a collection inspired by the 1998 film “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.”

 

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