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The Most Outrageous Looks From European Fashion Weeks So Far

Designers in London and Milan pulled out all the stops.
02/26/2018 05:46am ET

As Fashion Month continues, more and more outrageous styles have hit the runway.

From giant holographic seashell-inspired ensembles at Jack Irving’s presentation to the severed heads-as-accessories at Gucci and the Jackie O-styled Martian models at Jeremy Scott, the styles coming out of Europe have been anything but boring. And we haven’t even seen the shows out of Paris yet!

Scroll through to check out some of the most outrageous looks so far:

Gucci
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Talk about head-turning. At the Gucci show during Milan Fashion Week, a few models walked the runway holding fake heads modeled after their own.
Gucci
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This look from Gucci seems pretty unwearable for everyone, except maybe Rihanna (who wore the label's glittering catsuit like a boss to Coachella) or Lady Gaga.
Gucci
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The label is also pushing graphic balaclavas for fall-winter 2019.
Moschino
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The clothes at Jeremy Scott's latest show for Moschino in Milan weren't all that wild, but the designer had some models painted blue and green for an out-of-this-world effect.
On|Off Presents - Honest Man
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At the On|Off Presents - Honest Man show during London Fashion Week, models came down the runway wearing animal heads. Maybe the next big Coachella trend?
On|Off Presents - Jack Irving
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Jack Irving's presentation (which was part of the On|Off Presents portion of London Fashion Week) was all about the drama, as seen here with this holographic seashell-type garment.
On|Off Presents - Jack Irving
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Mouse Trap, but make it fashion.
Richard Quinn
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Richard Quinn gave us his version of "biker chic" during London Fashion Week. The best part about his show, though, was the fact that Queen Elizabeth II was sitting in the front row with none other than Anna Wintour.
Pam Hogg
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Pam Hogg's show in London was all sorts of frilly.
Pam Hogg
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Hogg's show was also very ...
Pam Hogg
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See what we mean?
Matty Bovan
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For his show during London Fashion Week, Matty Bovan went for a high fashion "Up" aesthetic.
Chalayan
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Chalayan's latest collection at London Fashion Week was actually quite conservative, but these clear masks were giving us creepy "Pretty Little Liars" vibes.
Ashish
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When it comes to bright, colorful, sparkly clothes, Ashish definitely delivers -- sometimes, all at once. This rainbow ensemble was part of his latest collection, shown at London Fashion Week.
Gareth Pugh
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For his fall 2018 show in London, Gareth Pugh stuck to his structured style, giving new life to the concept of power dressing. This look is fierce, but not for the fashionably timid.
Dilara Findikoglu
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Dilara Findikoglu's latest collection (shown in London) mixed androgyny with romance, resulting in a show that was part punk, part whimsical.
Dilara Findikoglu
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This look is something we're describing as "punk rock angel goddess."
Angel Chen
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Angel Chen presented some Big Bird realness at her show during Milan Fashion Week. To be honest, each of the pieces would be pretty fun on its own, but as a whole, that's of yellow.
Annakiki
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This similarly fuzzy look by Annakiki (shown in Milan) just screams Sulley from "Monsters, Inc."
Dolce & Gabbana
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This model, who walked at the Dolce & Gabbana show in Milan, earned her stripes.
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