Peaches Geldof’s leggings shredded by wild animals, Fashion Police investigating

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 Peaches Geldof is a "celebrity" we tend to see rather a lot of these days, and now we're seeing even more of her, after her leggings were apparently mauled by a pack of wild animals as Peaches walked through central London, yesterday.

"This was a horrific attack on an innocent pair of black leggings," said a Fashion Police officer. "It left poor Peaches flashing rather more thigh than would generally be considered decent, and we'd hate to see the tan-lines she would've been left with if the sun had been out. Lovers of fashion should rest assured that the Force is pulling out all the stops to bring these depraved animals to justice – and we'll also be supplying Peaches with a proper pair of pants, pronto."

Sadly, these "legging shredding" crimes appear to be on the increase, which leaves us wondering if wild animals are REALLY to blame after all? Could there be a new fashion criminal in our midst: one even more dangerous than the evil Foot Snatcher? Stay tuned, readers…

9 Comments

  • April 30, 2009

    Veve

    The vile angry shreadder?

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  • April 30, 2009

    Simone

    I actually love those leggings. I want them.

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  • April 30, 2009

    Bethany

    There appears to be a stain of some sort on her left thigh.

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  • May 1, 2009

    eric glennie

    And once again the fashion policed laughed and made fun of Eric Glennie Apparel Designs. I said 3 years ago cutout and cutaway fashion designs would be all over the fashion world. This new style is an American invention, discovered in Minnesota 15 years ago. http://www.ericglennie.com

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  • May 1, 2009

    Riali

    @ Eric Glennie
    a) Just because a look is popular, doesn’t mean it’s good. As this clearly is not.
    b) Slashed clothes and cut outs and cut away patterns have been happening for a lot longer than 15 years. It’s just that Good Queen Bess wore a kirtle under her slashed sleeves, and Peaches here doesn’t. They’ve been around in various incarnations for pretty much as long as clothes.

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  • May 2, 2009

    eric glennie

    Ladies! This isnt the slash fashion of the 80’s with Helmut Lang. Cutout fashion design is architectural fashion in patterns, symmetry, and the cooperation of cutout shapes to create illusions with the background colors. For example, wearing a turtleneck underneath a shirt creates the look of a contrasting neck and shirt. The same can be said with a shirt sleeve underneath a jacket cuff to show a different color under the cuff. That is examples of 2 dimensional cutout design. Three dimensional cutout design is different in that the cutout is within the garment such as an elbow or a shoulder cutout of the garment to isolate the color of the background garment. The 80’s was the beginning of 3D cutout fashion because the knees of bluejeans were slashed out and the asses of pants showed the underwear. This new 3D cutout fashion of 2008 is taking the 80’s a step further and cutting out in series or in patterns different shapes rather than random like the 80’s. Does this help to explain the concept of cutout and cutaway fashion design. An example is the beautiful fur coat of Gaultier this fall. The sleeves were cutout along with the bottom of the jacket and also the hood to create a complete cutout look with symmetry and grace.

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  • May 2, 2009

    eric glennie

    Now , if you look at the legs of Ms Geldoff you can see a pattern and balance of cutouts to create a laddered illusion down the leg. If this was the 80’s, you would see one slash down the leg one direction and maybe a slash across the ass and then another rip lengthwide down the other leg. What you are seeing is another dimension in fashion that is in its infancy.

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  • May 2, 2009

    eric glennie

    Just another footnote! Cutout fashion today is precise cutout in different areas to enhance a shoulder, a waistline, or a collar . In the 80’s , you simply tied your friend to the bumper and dragged them down the street in their new Levis to see how frayed and beatup you could get those jeans. Then wear them to school to look cool.

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  • May 3, 2009

    bored girl

    i actually quite like them..

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