There’s a lot to say about this one. One thing that comes to mind is the alien from the movie “Alien” starring Sigourney Weaver. It’s that whole drooping crane that really screams, “I’m not from this planet.”
If you’re unfamiliar, then perhaps you’re seeing some sort of cage. We really do not know. Clearly, a lot of effort went into this because that’s one hardcore face harness.
Marriage is a major step for everyone. This dress tells us that tying the knot is a lot like that precious moment when the little caterpillar transforms into a beautiful fluttering butterfly.
Like with the butterfly, the metamorphosis allows the newly winged creature to be free, where it can happily hop around from flower to flower. Yes, this is certainly the perfect analogy for marriage.
If you're into trash, then this is the wedding dress for you. Not sure if the bride actually paid someone for the design or if she collected old plastic bags from friends and dumpsters.
Has this been an ongoing project for her whole life where she has been methodically setting aside whatever she could for the big day? Was there a separate wedding dress pantry all along? And what will be done with this dress afterward? So many questions.
It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It's... Spaghetti?
Anything goes these days. If you want to wear a red wedding dress, you can. If you prefer to wear pants and leave the dress at home, that's also ok. And if you feel that a bowl of spaghetti on your head will make your day perfect, then go for it.
We choose to ignore the unexplainable masks at the bottom of the dress as we have not fully understood the top part. Designer Michael Lau, can you explain, please?
Ready to Attract
While this dress is beautiful, it's a little bit of a shame that it can't flip up and stick up behind her like a real set of peacock feathers. The lady who wears this to her wedding doesn't have to worry about attracting anyone since she's already netted her guy.
Sadly, people who want to get near the bride will have to fan out around her in order to not trod on her dress of feathers. She'll be a pretty bird, for sure.