LFW AW15: Pam Hogg

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One of the hottest tickets in town, Pam Hogg’s Diamond Dogs and Daemons show was a glam affair – Nick Cave, Alison Mosshart and Stephen Jones were just a few of the stars we spotted front-row at Freemasons Hall. Inspired by demons and fairytales, Hogg put her signature theatrical club-kid spin on archetypal characters – Red Riding Hood opening the show in a dramatic hooded cloak over a frilled cropped blouse and hotpants. Black crown headpieces added a further nativist touch to hard-hitting PVC and barely-there silver-embellished bodysuits. On trend, the 70s were strongly present as the models staggered out on sky-high platforms adorned in fringed suede and flares.

The idea of a twisted dress-up where different stories merge and characters are taken from one world into the next was prevalent – omnious priestesses and Lolita-esque flower girls mixed with indians and evil step-mothers. Hogg successfully made childhood tales half-remembered a new glam-rock narrative in itself.

by Elisabeth Krohn

Images by Don Carlo