Miguel Adrover Fall 2012 New York Fashion Week.
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Don't be fooled by that "Ready-to-wear" modifier. New York Fashion Week isn't necessarily all megamall fare and boutique fodder. Some designers who show during this week of FASHUN do dabble in the avant garde. One such designer is Miguel Adrover who presented a collection of experimental fashions that play with volume, construction, and materials. There's even a giant life ring buoy attempting to pass as a necklace. That's not to say, by any means, that the entire collection is unwearable. Honestly, there's a Sphinx printed maxi in there that we totally have our eyes on. But we are scratching our heads a little about this leafy separates look pictured above. I mean, we're not horticulturists or anything, but we're pretty sure wearing living plants can't be a sustainable sartorial move. Also, this looks kiiiind of a little more like a disguise than an outfit. Which totally reminds us of the "world famous" Bushman of San Francisco. What do you guys think?