Wildest Outfits at Paris Fashion Week That Have Everyone Scratching Their Heads

From models covered in gold to some wearing oversized suits, this year’s Paris Fashion Week was definitely a “spectacle”.

Hollywood stars, Kylie Jenner and Doja Cat had the internet in fits with their ridiculously bizarre outfits at the 2023 Paris Haute Couture Week.

American rapper, Doja Cat channeled her inner “Chohta Pandit” from Bhool Bhulaiyaa, while socialite Kylie Jenner confirmed her allegiance to Mian Nawaz Sharif and PML-N with a giant lion head gown.

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Schiaparelli kicked off the 2023 Paris Fashion Week for the spring/summer on Monday. The designer brand known for its “creative and imaginative” fashion went all out, featuring some truly outlandish costumes and outfits that left everyone scratching their heads.

From models covered in gold to some wearing oversized suits, this year’s Paris Fashion Week was definitely a “spectacle”.

Kylie Jenner was one of the star attractions in Paris. The American socialite’s black gown with a giant lion head was a certified fashion flop, with many people criticizing the Keep Up with the Kardashian star for promoting animal abuse.

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The next “eye-catching” outfit was from rapper Doja Cat who covered her entire body with red paint and over 30,000 red Swarovski crystals. The singer-songwriter’s “fashionable” outfit looks more like a cross between Bhool Bhulaiyaa‘s Chota Pandit and the Marvel comics villain Red Skull if both had a really bad skin infection.

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Here are a few more bizarre fashion fails from the 2023 Paris Haute Couture Week. Enjoy!

Known for its glitzy and glamourous and over-the-top silhouettes, the Schiaparelli show paid homage to its founder Elsa Schiaparelli with surreal takes on several classic designs. Which outfit was the most “interesting”? Let us know in the comments below.


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