Paris Fashion Week ended with a bang โ€” or, rather, with Louis Vuitton. Dita von Teese, Kerry Washington, Sofia Coppola, Eva Amurri and a score of fashionistas filled the front row and looked...bizarre. It wasn't exactly their fault โ€” everyone was in LV's weirdly stiff and ill-fitting threads โ€” and they resembled a bunch of really freaky paper dolls in elevator shoes. It was kind of confusing โ€” cause everyone obviously intended to look exactly the way they did. And yet they looked โ€” how do I say? โ€” bad. The good, the bad, the paper doll โ€” after the jump!







The Good:

Okay, so here's what I mean. Helene de Fougerolles's doing the whole uber-structured top-to-tail LV, but I think this is just restrained enough to be wearable.

Despite being a newly-minted designer for LV, Sofia Coppola is Z press-shy as a woodland creature, so it's hard to get a good look at her getup. However it appears cute, no?

The Bad:

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Okay, so here's what I mean. Obviously Kerry Washington wanted this straight-off-the-runway look. And, you know, the colors are pretty. But it looks totally bizarre!]

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Princess Siriwanwaree Nareerat of Thailand's shoes would be plenty. But the jacket and dress aren't helping.

The animal who died for Brooklyn Sudano's stole deserved more dignity than this Kool-Aid dye job.

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Eva "Susan Sarandon's Daughter" Amurri is perhaps the best illustration of the runway-literal that defined this GBU. I mean, the shoes, folks.

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In case you're having trouble deciding what to make of this, here's another view. It's hard, because I totes get it...and yet!

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