The fashion industry has found its inspirations in some pretty strange places. Witness the heroin Chic that glorified the emaciated, sallow beauty of junkies, the shoppingbag lady look that glorified the sad, insane bag women denizens of the urban landscape and who could forget their recent flirtation with meth mouth as Mad Ave models had every other three teeth removed to capture that priceless toothless allure of the meth addict.
This time fashion designers appear to have a really big love for the Mormon compound look from the TV show Big Love. Praire dresses are on more runways than 747's and the high hair comb back with its space alien-like bare forehead is the new coiffure.
Clothier, Joseph Smith explained: "All of my work this spring comes from some golden plates I was given by just an angel from upstate NY who everyone teases with the fun name, Moroni, or Macaroni. Anywho I put a feather in a cap or two and wallah...This collection will some day rule a solar system. I just wish I knew what the fuck I did with the Macaroni dishes."