Vagabonds of the logo generation dripping in sequins.
Bastions of the British high street and Tumblr ADHD.
Arabic script on tunics, footy-lad stripy polo shirts and familiar logos melded in a snapshot of British society and culture.
How they wore it:
Falling off the body, shredded and threadbare, revealing sequin check beneath.
Ornate Viking crowns denoted leaders, like emerald-haired Vagabond Queen Chloe Norgaard.
The twisted logos on almost-luxe plastic shoppers: S&M for M&S, DISCO for TESCO.
Studded slippers worn with mismatched socks: like a nutty millionaire taking out the rubbish.
Horizontal raccoon-esque streaks in green, black, white and red.
Madonna’s Get Into The Groove.
Quote of the show:
“Enjoy Coca-Cola Classic” – Unlikely sponsor, or consumerist joke?
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