Naked on the Runway
Forget clothes, models bare all while flaunting the latest hats and wigs.
Who needs them when you're strutting down the runway, modeling hair accessories?
That was the mindset of wig designer Charlie Le Mindu, who showed hot naked models at his runway show on Sunday in London.
The nude models wore only hats, shoes, bags and wigs, but his show was about his collection of hats and wigs.
Le Mindu's "Haute Coiffure" wigs have gotten tons of attention—being featured in Vogue, Marie Claire and the British music paper NME.
In addition to Lady Gaga, his celebrity clients include VV Brown and Veruschka.
Personally, I love some of Le Mindu's funky wigs sold on his online boutique. Like the big Vuitton wig, about $156; I'd wear it for a fun night out. Would you?
But really in regards to the shows, let the models wear clothes and spare us the nudity.
Tell me, what do you think about nude models strutting down the runway?
Read more about Charlie Le Mindu on his Web site here.
See more photos from Charlie Le Mindu's runway show here: BLOW Presents.
I THINK IT IS VERY WRONG TO DISPLAY WOMAN IN THIS WAY I MEAN YOUR SHOWING WIGS... WHY THE NAKED BODY? TO DEGRADE MORE WOMAN?
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