They say that models would look good in a bin bag, and these images put together by Trend de la Creme is case in point. Here’s a collection of dumpster-inspired fashion straight from the catwalks, a trend started way back in 2006 when it was seen in the catwalk shows of Marni and Gareth Pugh. Alexander Herchkovitch, Luella, Moschino, and Hamish Morrow have all followed up, and I have to say, I am totally into garbage chic now.
It’s totally unlike other black shiny clothing you might find, which is normally latex or requires a lot of polishing. Now, was it just me, or were garbage bags staples for all girls when playing dress up as a child?
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