Love it or Hate it? 10 Unconventional Accessories from London Fashion Week
Marko Mitanovski's avant-garde cutout masks were something between a goth masquerade and Disney super villain.
The runway was brighter at Roksanda Ilincic's show, where bright patent and suede heels were the shoe of choice.
Traffic signs became Vogue at Anya Hindmarch's runway show.
Marie Antoinette-esque costume gave Bora Aksu's collection an unexpected, vintage twist.
Socks and sandals got a futuristic upgrade at Minnan Hui's catwalk. The question is, are they still a faux pas?
Lucas Nascimento's accessories had pops of blood red and matching prints with the garments.
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a...leather shark bag? Christopher Raeburn really surprised us with this one.
Fingerless gloves with the fingers and sans gloves were seen at Jean-Pierre Braganza's show.
Fyodor Golan brought Legos back with these green and pink, Lego block inspired boots.
Mary Katrantzou showed candy colored clutches that were slightly reminiscent of wafers and packing foam.
London Fashion Week is always a source of the bold, the talented, and the unexpected, and this year all three characteristics were exemplified in the accessories. While our focus was on the clothes, our eyes couldn’t help but be drawn to these unconventional, out-of-the-box accessories.
Love it or hate it? From plush shark purses to gothic masquerade accessories, see our top 10 picks in the gallery above.