It’s all very “Leigh Bowery in Hell,” isn’t it? Loving ALL OF THESE, but I especially need the rose-shouldered dress and the 101 red bow dress (below).
From The Daily Mail:
Spectators in the front row could have been forgiven for thinking they had wandered into a screening of a horror film rather than a catwalk presentation at China Fashion Week today.
Designer Hu Sheguang’s show was a riot of red with unsettling touches such as a model holding two dolls that looked as if they were covered in blood; horned figures and numerous prosthetic hands adorning the necks of garments.
The Chinese-Dutch fashion designer sent his models down the catwalk in nightmarish creations at the show in Beijing, with liberal splatterings of fake blood.
Check out his brilliant designs below.
Designer Hu Sheguang moved to the Netherlands aged 16 and runs a fashion store in Amsterdam, and he’s known for designs being at the more extreme end of the spectrum.
His last China Fashion Weeks collection in October 2015 was equally frightful, with both males and females taking to the runway semi-naked, with one sporting a latex bra paired with a ghoulish neck wound.
In November 2014 show models were sent down the catwalk in seven or eight inch heels. At the April presentation at China Fashion Week two years ago, the extreme footwear caused three of the models to take a tumble.