For their Fall 2009 collection, Viktor & Rolf paraded what looked like sun-starved models down the runway. Supplemented a line heavy on grays and camel tones were faces (not limbs or other body parts) painted like snow-white porcelain mannequins. Adding their peculiar twist, they also matched stark white boots with the mostly earth-hued collection.
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Viktor & Rolf March Awkwardly White-Faced Models Down the Runway
- By: BiancaMar 10, 2009