Take it off immediately. Men. Season 2016-2017
As usual, ranking of best costumes is followed by annual anti-ranking. No, I couldn’t just pass by)
The parade of victims of designers’ creativity. “What was that?” Or “Take it off immediately.” It’s even better to burn some costumes, it’d be more reliable, who knows maybe it’s contagious. A lot of people are here. Suspiciously rich season) Magnetic storms, probably.
Warning: This post is dark and full of horrors.
Jorik, whatever it was, the Inquisition is already on it’s way
Nathan Chen and Alexander Majorov: fans of vests of not theirs sizes
Team USA, team Russia and team Japan – battle almost fist-to-fist. Whose national creativity was most impressive?)
Please welcome guys from team Russia and their trends from early 90th.
Alexander Petrov aka golden fish in bloomers
Mikhail Kolyada and his jackets
Please welcome guys from team USA and their super tight costumes!
Adam Rippon in a stripper’s costume
Max Aaron and his glamour sportswear
It’s hard to compete with team Japan, they are regular participants and winners of this anti-ranking.
Shoma Uno and his purple plush
Yuzuru Hanyu and his lavender chameleon pants
Yuzuru Hanyu and his trained water plant
And my favorite Takahito Mura. I still can’t forget his last seasons’ costume)
What was the idea? Lizard?
Oh laces, fringe, ruffles, frills! Just amazing!)
You think that’s all? Don’t be naive)
Han Yan and his mix of jacket and ladies blouse
When designers’ imagination become unstoppable
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