Pugh washed out the palette for his latest collection, predominantly using white furs and plastics to create garments with exaggerated silhouettes.
A huge key for winding up old-fashioned clockwork toys protruded from the back of a dress that zipped up at the front.
Fluffy outfits were accompanied by wide-brimmed hats with lengthened crowns to further distort the silhouette.
One top was formed from a transparent piece of plastic tied around the waist and continued up as a flat sheet to the eye line.
A range of garments were created in metallic leather, which was bunched up and crinkled to create texture and warp the reflections.
PVC was tied into halter necks, wrapped to form waistbands and scrunched into skirts, and then worn over cream dresses.
Coats also included a layer of see-through plastic over the top, which extended past the hems.
More tops were formed from overlapping squares of white plastic so they appeared pixellated.
Twisting trousers continued over the shoes, creating the illusion of longer legs.
Models' hands were covered in chalk and all without hats wore cream hair nets.
The show took place yesterday as part of Paris Fashion Week, which continues until 5 March.
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