Fashion and trashin’ in Oinktown

October 19, 2010

UKRAINE-FASHION/

Lamar, I thought you said we were having our fashion show in the underground parking garage to save money. But it says here we’ll be on the real runway. We’re not made of money.

Boss, I’m all over it. I got us the cheapest spot. They’re practically paying us to take it!

UKRAINE-FASHION/Yeah? What’s wrong with it, then?

It’s the last slot of the day, and it turns out they’re not able to guarantee, uh, you know…

What are  you saying, Lamar?

Well, they don’t have a garbage pickup all day, so I guess it can be sort of messy by the end.

That’s fine, Lamar. Bring it on. It’s just a fashion show, how much garbage could there be, anyway? We’re not talking about a real pigsty, are we?

Nah, Boss, I’m thinking one small wastebasket. And maybe a very slight fetid stench…

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Models present creations by Ukrainian designer Eduard Nasirov during Ukrainian Fashion Week in Kiev, October 15, 2010.

REUTERS photos by Gleb Garanich

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Are those boots Shra’s style? It looks like a kindergardener got into his mom’s closet with a pair of scissors! But I like the boots.

Posted by Jibberish | Report as abusive

Chicken feet use to go waste in Bangalore, since China’s appetite for this delicacy every feet is a money fetcher.
I am sure if all waste is put to use purposefully we can save enormous amount of effort.

Since its an Ukrainian designer Eduard Nasirov’s classy act. I am unsure who sets the garbage or picks the pile as in an act.

Hence lets offer the kiev speciality which Kiev Chicken and all its feathers.

Posted by Ismailtaimur | Report as abusive

This is a great idea!

As the models return, they can strip and toss these ‘creations’ in a pile on the runway.

Posted by Billl | Report as abusive

It was about time garbage pickup guys had their own fashion week.

Hey, is that a dress I see in that trash, Lamar. Go get it. We can use it in our next fashion week.

Posted by Insane | Report as abusive

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All right, Spinster, it’s more of a flashin’ show.

Here’s to you:

Sixty-nine Spinster
Always asking permission.
Did you get it yet?

Posted by Billl | Report as abusive

Spin, you are the best.
You don’t need to ask
Permission to do haiku.

Posted by rcbasler | Report as abusive

That’s much, much tidier than my pig stys. And I clean them a LOT.

Posted by CrowGirl | Report as abusive

fashion
recycled fabric
designs a thought
waste less
live

Posted by Onedoor | Report as abusive

Or perhaps it is waist less:)

Posted by Onedoor | Report as abusive

Fashion and trashin' in Oinktown | Analysis & Opinion |…

Here at World Spinner we are debating the same thing……

Yukh! :X

Where is the limit to fashion? :D

Posted by fwd079 | Report as abusive

@fwd: It’s called the Roche limit. It applies equally to fashon and celestial dynamics.

Posted by AllThatJazz | Report as abusive

Thanks Jazz :-)

Posted by fwd079 | Report as abusive

I like the shoes… and to be brutally honest, I like that white dress… maybe I AM getting sucked into the white (hat) conspiracy…
:D

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive