McQueen's Crotch Protector
From the white makeup, to the the fur-lined jacket with the billowy sleeves, and on down to the mantyhose -- there's not much here that we can apply to ready to wear street style, except perhaps the subtle codpiece. If you're going to wear a codpiece these days, it better be subtle. Very subtle.
Emporio Armani's Fur Bearing Mammal
First off, blue fur? Really? Wearing a full length fur coat along with wrap-around sunglasses puts you in an elite class with only one other member: Kid Rock. If you're comfortable with that, by all means go for it. Not to mention, if that is authentic fur from the endangered blue yak, PETA's not going to be happy.
McQueen's Goth Gladiator
While Gladiator was a very inspiring movie, and lots of celebs are sporting bulletproof clothing these days, is this Roman-esque body armor a fashion statement that the average man is ready to make.
Prada's Space Travler
The one good thing we can say about this look is that it seems very comfortable. The monotone look always makes us think of b-movies about space travel. In other words, we liked this look better when when it was featured in the sci-fi cult classic Logan's Run.
Emporio Armani's Man Shawl
The man shawl may be a bit unusual, but we think it definitely find it to be one of the better looking weird designs. One part cape, one part jacket, the man shawl is kinda cool. But would you ever wear it in public? We tried shortening the name, but mshawl is awkward to pronounce.
Prada's Stud Muffin
Look, we love punky studded jewelry as much as the next guy, but there's really no excuse for ever wearing that many metal rivets outside of a Sex Pistols tribute concert, is there? Plus, what's up with that headband? Doesn't it deserve to be covered with metal spikes too?
Etro's Cape Crusade
This look isn't crazy bad. In fact, the combination kinda resembles a young Mick Jagger. Here's the question: if you wear a cape and you are not a.) a superhero, or b.) an opera singer, are you c.) a douche?
There's something about this look that we really like -- and then something we don't. On the plus side, this somehow reminds us of late 60's spagetti western Clint Eastwood. Then, there's the fact that he's wearing a blanket over his head, but under his hat. That looks like something William Rast would come up with.