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Jeremy Scott Fall 2010 RTW Wearable Props Aren't Meant for the Background

 - Feb 18, 2010
References: jeremyscott & style
Always pushing the fashionable limit, the Jeremy Scott Fall 2010 RTW collection again delivered in New York this week with a huge number of creative concepts. Early on Jeremy Scott sent out three models wearing cardboard cutouts of the female silhouette attached as belt buckles. These fastened figures sort of looked like shadows come to life, or just very fashionable conjoined twins.

In any case, the girls were definitely superheroes in stealthy black, knee-high boots, and animated ponytails. They managed to get down the runway without incident while looking over their wearable prop's head, adding some adventure to the Jeremy Scott Fall 2010 RTW show. Would these props officially count as a piece of flair to any uniform?