Wet Bird Couture: The Porcupine

Porcupines are fascinating creatures.

Their quills are prized to create a traditional Native American headdress charmingly dubbed the “porky roach.”

Courtship includes the male spraying pee at high velocity all over his chosen female.

In some cultures, porcupines are consumed as a delicacy.

Speaking of which, one of their best features is the coat of sharp spines they can style at will (when not fending off hungry would-be gourmands).

A porcupine, displaying one of many "fashion forward" looks based on that rarest of style accessories - spiny quills.

A porcupine, displaying one of many “fashion forward” looks based on that rarest of couture style accessories – spiny quills. -image courtesy of awf.org

Of course, only the edgiest and most fetching fashion risk-takers can pull off such a (um) sharp and distinctive style.

Introducing the “Porcupine,” the latest must-have look from Wet Bird Couture.

Notice how the model's "quills" spike straight up and out in all directions away from the neck line.

Notice how the model’s “quills” spike straight up and out in all directions away from the neck line.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

 

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