Even though everyone's zonked from New York, London and Milan, it's hard not to get excited about Paris Fashion Week.
The draw, of course, are the must-see headliners, the designers whose dresses will grace every red carpet and magazine in the year to come: Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Chanel, Balenciaga, etc.
But what we rarely take note of are the other designers, the no-namers who've pushed their way onto the Paris Fashion Week roster and show right alongside the Celines and the Marnis in the City of Light.
Today we saw wild looks from two such designers: Devastee and Peachoo Krejberg. Devastee's designers, François Alary and Ophelie Klere, covered their models in black and white graphic prints and smeared gray paint all over their mouths. Peachoo Datwani and Roy Krejberg, meanwhile, entirely obscured their models' faces in spikes and feathers.
Neither are household names (at least in the U.S.), but both certainly put on a show worth seeing. Which runway concept is the wackiest? Vote below!