Just to warn you there is nudity in this post. I wouldn’t want for you to be at work and your boss walks past you as you have a very naked lady on the screen. It was erotic, it was crazy, it was theatrical, it was Pam Hogg!
Theatrical it was in more way than one. The English National Ballet joined the models wearing Pam Hogg latex numbers, dancing their way up the catwalk. There was a huge applause after each dancer had finished their routine; the movements and the dark music made it all very bewitching.
I loved the make-up. It was all centered to the middle of the face. False eyelashes that were cut on both sides and I would absolutely like to try, could imagine wearing them on a night out.
I have felt since fashion week last September that this was the show that got away. I had an invite to the show, but it was pandamania outside Vauxhall Fashion Scout. Everybody wanted to watch it and this year was no exception. Even with a photographer pass I struggled to get past security. I finally made my way up to the already crowded photographer pit and was extremely lucky as they wouldn’t let anymore photographers in due to health and safety.
Among the latex and sequined outfits you are more likely to see on Lady Gaga at one of her concerts; there was some wearable outfits thrown in. I spotted a beautiful emerald top and a divine gold rolled neck dress. Of course they had to be Hogged up with a mahoosive hat and fierce shoes! If I was a superstar popstar I would most definitely get in contact with Pam Hogg to design a statement stage costume.
I was absolutely delighted to be able to see this catwalk show. Its not one I would forget in a while and was much more than a catwalk show. thank you to Pop PR for inviting me along.
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