Wearable Wednesday Ria Keburia


Psst- Krissy- the tank top goes under the alpaca midi to avoid chafing!!


I miss Helena, but I’m glad Tim Burton is dating again.


Don’t feed your chia pet after midnight!


Saddest nesting doll ever!

Please explain….no. Just don’t. Just give her a spin.

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Is that a tattoo of a skull wearing a butterfly mask? No fair- I’ll bet the models would have loved masks!


Is that the guy from Human League??


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45 thoughts on “Wearable Wednesday Ria Keburia

  1. susan snow says:

    These models look like visitors from some strange planet. A planet where they exile criminals and force them to wear hideous outfits as their punishment. I have to agree this is the best yet. I can’t wait for another one of your movie reviews, though, love the one where she had the baby in prison and kept it hidden under the bed! As always, you are the best!

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  2. I loved the jacket in the last photo, and then scrolled down a bit….Sue is right, his legs exactly match the jacket! Oh, my.

    Why was the tattooed girl not wearing pants? Are her panties part of the collection?

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  3. The male model behind the spin girl is wearing a bath mat, yes it looks like a real fuzzy bathmat. They all look like they have escaped from what we used to call an “underground movie”…low budget…artsy-fartsy…speaking of movies…keep on sharing your oldies and goodies, PLEASE!!!!

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  4. Words pretty much fail me. Maybe there was some sort of Project Runway challenge that we don’t know about–Take this warehouse of carpet and cheap lining fabrics, 7 pairs of sunglasses and all of Sesame Street’s muppet scraps and make magic. Oh, and you have 24 hours, and the models haven’t bathed in two weeks. Go.

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  5. This collection is so strange I had to look up the designer. She is Georgian and her focus is Russia scene. So your reference to “nesting dolls” is spot on. An aside, she is interested in Japanese design and so changed her name from Lia to Ria. Love wearable Wednesday.

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  6. pshamel says:

    That is one scary line-up of “fashion” (gag)
    You did wonderfully with your comments! LOL!!
    I agree that there should be fabric waste police at these shows….

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  7. Mel says:

    After viewing this compendium of WTFery, I had to look up this designer, too. She has a normal human face. She dresses men in women’s clothes. I guess if you design only women’s clothes but you don’t want to discriminate against male models, that is what you do. Right?

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  8. Jenny says:

    Oh my goodness. Fascinatingly weird. 5th picture down – to the right of the the spinny hat outfit – low down there is a witch either emerging from the floor or disintegrating from the feet up!!! I think the the designer needs to be more careful which mushrooms she eats, it all looks a bit ‘magic’!

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  9. karen says:

    Modeling is no longer the glamourous career it used to be. Instead of being the pinnacle of sartorial and genetic excellence, it is now a rush to see who looks the most outrageous. Those designers have a lot to answer for. Those poor guys’ outfits (or sad lack of them), look pathetic The girls’ outfits are bad enough, the men’s look like someone is deliberately singling them out for ridicule. It sucks to be a model these days.

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