BRITAINS leading 1950s newspaper has provided a fashion rundown of female Palestinians fleeing airstrikes.
Under the headline The Gaza Strip Catwalk, the Daily Mail profiled a few of the many women stepping out in the Middle Eastern hotspot.
A Mail reporter wrote: Just received a courteous telephone call from the Israelis advising you to evacuate your home?
Then youve been given all the warning you need to throw together a look thats casual, summery and practical. Especially when you know youll be facing the cameras.
Unfortunately mother-of-four Shadia Kelani turned Mossad heads with an atrocity of an outfit, her embroidered dress and her chequered kaffiyeh a nastier clash than the IDF and Hamas.
And Laila Hatoum, seen here with everything she owns loaded on a broken cart, fared little better.
What at first glance is a daringly slashed dress is just the result of flying debris, and the running-mascara look is daring in Paris but depressingly unoriginal in Palestine.
Palestinian Rana Raheb said: In all the excitement of having our homes pulverised we have may have forgotten the importance of looking good.
Thank you, Mail Online, for reminding us.