The women in Gareth Pugh’s fall 2015 runway show had all the swagger of a fierce fashion authority. Silently storming the city, diligently surveying the faithful fashion flock, Pugh’s strictarians cut a statuesque silhouette in solid black topped with towering helmets in a variety of intimidating shapes and guises. Tall, military-esque boots, unforgiving lucite neck collars and gloves that weren’t so much for the opera, but for fingering true crimes of fashion were the accessories of choice. Their beautiful, expressionless faces painted with blood red crosses signified the suffering of so many nameless, faceless victims of fashion. Heed the warning. Don’t be next.