Models wore stockings over their faces with eyebrows and sideburns penciled on and, most notably, covered their teeth with designer fakes. About those grills (grillz?): unlike the metallic ones we’ve seen at Fashion Week on front row regulars such as Chanel Iman and A$AP Rocky, many of the false teeth at Hood by Air were naturally colored—as in, a little bit yellow like normal teeth.

Some of the false teeth had braces; some had little padlocks marked HBA. One model—with his facial features blurred by a stocking, bangs matted down, and teeth jutting out of his mouth—recalled Sloth, the beloved but not-so-handsome hero from the 1980s classic film, The Goonies. Overall, the look was a little disconcerting, but part of Hood by Air’s appeal is its energetic disruption of fashion’s norms.

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