Pam Hogg's London Fashion Week show started off with a tribute to Pussy Riot…and got crazier from there.
According to the UK's "The Upcoming" blog, as police sirens flashed at the designer's show Friday, models strutted through wrought iron gates holding up signs splattered with, "This is a dedication to Pussy Riot" and "This Collection Is Not for Sale."
Hogg's show saw everyone from the likes of drag queens, plus sized models and statuesque men hitting the runway wearing rainbow-bright skintight onesies, huge colorful headdresses, sheer frocks and more.
The Vibrators' Disco in Moscow and DrunkTank's Mother Russia served as the music for the show, as one of the biggest statement makers of the night—a model suited up in a sheer bridal jumpsuit with a sky-high, sheer veil—made her way down.
Fans and fashionistas who follow Hogg's work, probably wouldn't have found the show that odd, though.
The flamboyant Scottish designer, known for her outlandish designs, generally has some element of shock and surprise at her runway shows, which have included full-frontal nudity and ballerinas walking down the runway on pointe.
And her unique take on fashion has garnered her quite a few awards.
For one of her latest, Hogg scooped up a Scottish Fashion Award for creative excellence last October telling the UK's Telegraph she had been "feeding off the well-dressed people littering Dover House," where the awards ceremony was held in London, for inspiration.
"[I was] just about to pop another one in [my mouth]," she said when she won the award.
As for her general inspiration for her collections, she says it's like "the roulette wheel," adding, "I don't know which idea will take me forward, but when the wheel stops turning and the ball drops, they fuse and a collection emerges."