“Pantaloon Catsuits” And Hair To Match at Pam Hogg
Sometimes, off-schedule shows at fashion week can be more exciting than the ones ticket holders line up for en masse. Pam Hogg’s presentation at London’s Science Museum this week was one such occurrence, as the seventies/eighties club kid and fashion rebel-turned designer showed for the first time in nearly a decade. Daisy Lowe opened the show; Alice Dellal and actress Jaime Winstone walked—all while front-rowers Gareth Pugh, Siouxsie Sioux, and Irish dance-pop goddess Róisín Murphy watched a blur of sequins, colored fur, and black and fluorescent Lycra fly by. The hair, courtesy of stylist Malcolm Edwards, was equally, um, statement-making. Think teased-out bouffants with mega-height—not too far of a cry from Hogg’s own stylistic leanings. Click to watch the mayhem unfold.