The Frankenstein dress: how to wear this freakishly cool trend
Where can I find one of those Frankenstein dresses? They mix different personalities so I think they should have called them Jekyll and Hyde!
Rough Patch, Sheung Wan
The Dictator rules: No, silly! Unlike Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, who were never seen at the same time in the same place, these dresses will hopefully hold together.
The ugly sneaker trend: what’s so cool about them?
In Mary Shelley’s 1818 Gothic novel, the creature is made from parts of different bodies. The dresses you are referring to are composed of incongruous fabrics and styles, and Asian designers have been rocking this look for ages.
It should come as no surprise that Sacai designer Chitose Abe, who previously worked for Junya Watanabe and Comme des Gar?ons, has presented us with beautiful clothes made from disparate elements for years now, and this season is no different.
Examples include a maxi dress with panels of navy trench coat mixed with black sheer chiffon and mesh (HK$15,900), and a sleeve-less ruffle dress in asymmetric patches of multicoloured lace, florals and checks (HK$20,700).Read more at:bridesmaid dresses australia .cheap wedding dresses melbourne