on September 20, 2011 - 3:46pm
It was a mash of the circus meeting the "club kid" scene of the late 80s/early 90s in Manhattan at the Meadham Kirchhoff show
The show reportedly featured plenty to look at, adding to the circus feel of the event. That included tiny ballet dancers, birds, and balloons.
Ed Meadham and Ben Kirchhoff are known for mixing the avant-garde with a bit of punk, and the Spring 2012 collection is no exception to that. The Spring 2011collection shared similar styling with the new collection.
Models, wearing blonde wigs of all shapes and styles, strutted in brightly-colored tights or thigh-high stockings. They wore boy-cut shorts, cropped jackets and frilly dresses...almost like living kewpie dolls.
The models' make-up matched the collection: bright and bold and not hard to forget. Some models even sported blue or pink eyebrows.
~Devon Scott @DevonScottIndy
Devon is a writer, budding personal shopper, vocal talent, and several other things. She has a B.A. from Bradley University in journalism. Find out more about "Devon's Personal Shopping Services" on Facebook.
(photos courtesy style.com)