Pam Hogg seen at the 'Doctor Strange' launch event held at The Cloisters, Westminster Abbey, London, United Kingdom - Monday 24th October 2016
The Scottish designer has given a unique punk look to next year’s trophy.
Pam Hogg has unveiled her design for the Brit Awards 2016 trophy. The fashion designer follows in the footsteps of names including Vivienne Westwood, Sir Peter Blake, Damien Hirst, Philip Treacy and Tracey Emin, who have all designed unique trophies for the awards in previous years.
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Alice Dellal made a cheeky appearance at last weeks London Fashion Week, gracing the runway wearing a backless apron, with nothing to hide away her bottom.
The nearly nude display was part of designer Pam Hogg's catwalk show at London's Freemason Hall on Tuesday (September 18th), during which Miss Dellal modelled an all white ensemble consisting only of a backless white bib dress, nurse's style headwear and platforms. She later made another revealing walk down the runway, dressed in a hardly there, black dress that hardly covered her breasts or bum - all in the name of fashion.
Hogg is no stranger to a little controversy on the catwalk, as earlier this year she whipped up an unusual ensemble piece for Jaime Winstone, one that drew more gasps and giggles that it did cries of awe and a sense of creative inspiration. Still, she is a designer who is cherished by a number of celebs and has had her original designs worn by the likes of Lady GaGa, Jessie J, Tyra Banks, Rihanna and Claudia Schiffer.
Continue reading: Alice Dellal Bares (Mostly) All For LFW Show
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