2016 China Fashion Show Outfits That You Probably Won't Wear

By That's, December 19, 2016

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201612/thats-year-review-logo-mini.pngFor many in the West, 2016 will be remembered for Trump, Brexit, terrorism in Europe and an absurd number of pop culture deaths, from Bowie to Muhammad Ali. By comparison, China had an unusually quiet year. Nonetheless, there were still a few goings-on in the world's most populous country. 

In our 2016 Year in Review series, we recap the best (and worst) of China's year in the worlds of technology, social media, sport, fashion, food, arts and more.


Here are some of the more bizarre looks from the Chinese runway in 2016 that no one would ever actually wear.

1. Because thou shall not commit robbery.

Robbery Chinese fashion week 2016

2. Because cloud ear fungus belongs in double-boiled soup.

Cloud ear fungus

3. Because people might get the wrong idea.

China Fashion Week 2016 Runway Looks

4. Because you might have trouble getting into smaller doors.

China fashion week 2016 outfits

5. Because you can't compete with the old people wearing pajamas on the street.

Pajamas China fashion week

6. Because it looks like someone sewed together candy wrappers.

China 2016 Fashion Week Outfits

7. Because the tan lines from that hat will look mad funky.

China 2016 Fashion Week Outfits

8. Because people will ask why your suit jacket has no sleeves.

China 2016 Fashion Week Outfits

9. Because you'd look like a mermaid engulfed by flames.

China 2016 Fashion Week Outfits

10. Because it looks like your jacket has permanently slipped.

China 2016 Fashion Week Outfits

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