Fyodor Golan and KTZ looked like they were battling it out for who had the most bizarre runway show on day one at London Fashion Week.
The two designers both debuted their autumn winter 2013 collections at LFW today, sending a whole sea of weird and wonderful looks hitting the catwalks.
First up came Fyodor Golan's huge disc-shaped headdress in a blue graphic print, which was worn with a matching off-the-shoulder mini dress in the same pattern.
Covered in beautiful passionflowers, the perspex disc completely covered the model's face - making us and everyone sat FROW wondering how on earth she didn't trip.
The headgear, while not something we'd class as ready-to-wear, added a futuristic edge to the look though - displayed a marked contrast to the very feminine mini dress.
The designer, who's known to shock, didn't stop there either as he showcased an autumn winter 2013 collection bursting with bold statements.
The spring-like floral print continued with a long-sleeved mini dress, which featured a hugely daring cut out from the neckline to the hem - just about covering the model's modesty.
Another key look seen on the catwalk was a see-through blouse and monochrome trousers ensemble, complete with a peplum skirting and black leather waist band.
While Fyodor Golan drew some gasps with the show it was by no means the most shocking, as KTZ showcased more off-the-wall looks.
Ram's horns and sword eye masks brought a bizarre twist to the monochrome trend, with models teaming the look with shiny black gloves.
Pop art also made an appearance at KTZ's show, with a model stepping out in a vibrant all-in-one creation at the show.
Even the classic mac was given a twist, with a model showing off a loose-fitting tiered creation in a bright orange hue.
Check out the most bizarre looks on the London Fashion Week AW13 runway, right here.