His taste was always on the outside edge of respectable, and sometimes, Albergo Spastic went too far.
But you could not deny his impact on the world of fashion. Who could forget the chain-gun pants fad of 1977, or his revolutionary use of irradiated bustiers after that unfortunate incident in Chernobyl?
But this time he had really stretched everyone’s imagination. His entire line was modeled by Lithuanian children wearing platinum skull coverings and gas masks.
Still, even the most avant gard of critics had to ask, “plaid with stripes?”