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Runaway on the runway!

January 15, 2008

fashion-eyes-160.jpgMemo to fashion show employees: We have received a police tip that an escaped prisoner may try to infiltrate our show in Milan this week. 

The man is described as “wild-eyed, with unkempt hair and a disturbed look of intense anger.”  The authorities say he also believes he was a Confederate colonel  during the Civil War, and may dress accordingly.

It is very difficult to believe that someone like this could make it onto our runway, but please do be alert to the danger, and keep in mind the horrible lapse at Paris Fashion Week last summer:  Dude! Is there ANYTHING you wouldn’t wear?

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A model displays a creation as part of Gucci’s Fall/Winter 2008/09 men’s collections during Milan Fashion Week January 14, 2008. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo

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After a wild heroin binge, Chauncey returns to the runway.

Posted by Lady Weasel | Report as abusive
 

It’s Weenie Todd, the demon model of Fleet Street.

Posted by Charlene | Report as abusive
 

Someone’s been reading too many Anne Rice novels….

Posted by K | Report as abusive
 

“weenie todd” wins. no more entries, please.

 

Men’s collection? You sure?

Posted by Shawn Hendricks | Report as abusive
 

The first step was getting him to wear a jacket with sleeve buckles. It was downhill to the sanitorium from that moment.

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“The man is described as “wild-eyed, with unkempt hair and a disturbed look of intense anger.”
I’m waiting for the subsequent article title
RUNAWAY ON CATWALK BLENDS IN TO AVOID CAPTURE.

Posted by Cy Nical | Report as abusive
 

OK, play nice. He was on his way to the methadone clinic, and was offered a $20 to put on this outfit and slouch down the runway. He just HAPPENED to blend in with the other models…

 

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