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Fashion collection Please Kill Me

Fashion collection Please Kill Me

Fashion collection Please Kill Me

Fashion collection Please Kill Me. Male models in oversized hats and gloves in latest men’s fashion week show at London Collections, January 7, 2013. The models’ faces are barely visible underneath. Some outfits paired a large knitted hat with a model’s bare torso and colorful pants while others teamed the winter warmers with furry pink shorts and the trendy onesie. And a few of the knitted jumpers had ‘Please Kill Me’ spelled out in flowers on the front. The Sibling brand – described as being ‘all for one and one for all’ – is a collaboration between designers Joe Bates, Sid Bryan and Cozette McCreery. Some viewers think the “Please Kill Me” logo plus Martin Freeman’s expression sums up this spectacle perfectly.

Actor Benedict Cumberbatch attends the ‘BALLY Celebrates 60 Years of Conquering Everest’ at Bedford Square Gardens on January 7, 2013 in London, England. Right - Ronnie Wood took new wife Sally Humphreys to the Topman show

Actor Benedict Cumberbatch attends the ‘BALLY Celebrates 60 Years of Conquering Everest’ at Bedford Square Gardens on January 7, 2013 in London, England. Right – Ronnie Wood took new wife Sally Humphreys to the Topman show

Actor Benedict Cumberbatch attends the ‘BALLY Celebrates 60 Years of Conquering Everest’ at Bedford Square Gardens on January 7, 2013 in London, England.

Actor Martin Freeman, center, watches a model during the show by designer Richard James at the Cafe Royal in central London

Fashion collection Please Kill Me

Actor Martin Freeman, center, watches a model during the show by designer Richard James at the Cafe Royal in central London.

Bin liner chic. MAN again, with more outlandish designs

Bin liner chic. MAN again, with more outlandish designs

Bizarre. Models seen backstage during the MAN show at the London Collections

Bizarre. Models seen backstage during the MAN show at the London Collections

Giant hands. A model wears huge knitted gloves several times the size of his actual hands during the show

Giant hands. A model wears huge knitted gloves several times the size of his actual hands during the show

Jolly good show. Tinie Tempah (left) and Ronnie Wood and his wife Sally Humphreys pictured enjoying the colorful display

Fashion collection Please Kill Me

Model and BFC council member David Gandy, left, and fellow model Oliver Cheshire at the MAN show

Model and BFC council member David Gandy, left, and fellow model Oliver Cheshire at the MAN show

Model David Gandy – who is a British Fashion Council member – said he wants to make London the menswear capital of the world.

Models wear huge gloves during the Sibling shows. The designers describe the Sibling brand as 'knitwear for men with a very English humor'

Models wear huge gloves during the Sibling shows. The designers describe the Sibling brand as ‘knitwear for men with a very English humor’

One model’s super-sized scarf is teamed with a black and red leopard print top, left, while another has a jumper with ‘Please Kill Me’ sewn out of flowers on his jumper, pictured right.

The whole collection. Sibling is a collaboration between designers Joe Bates, Sid Bryan and Cozette McCreery

Fashion collection Please Kill Me

The whole collection. Sibling is a collaboration between designers Joe Bates, Sid Bryan and Cozette McCreery.

Fashion collection Please Kill Me

Tinie Tempah at the Topman Fashion collection Please Kill Me

Two models wear super-sized knitted hats – so big their faces are barely visible – paired with matching large gloves on the catwalk during the Sibling show held at the Hospital Club.

Fashion collection Please Kill Me

Fashion collection Please Kill Me

Fashion collection Please Kill Me

Wood you? Strange facial contraptions made using splintered wood at the MAN show today

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