Guru has always considered himself part of the fashionista, keeping a close eye on the catwalk and this season's must-have designs.
Yours Truly prides himself on a keen sense of style as well. It was, after all, Guru that inspired the theatrical Blue Man Group with their crazy music and art show. So it's safe to say that Guru knows fashion - Gok Wan has Guru's number on speed dial.
With this in mind, Guru's attention has been drawn to something called a 'uniform review' by the Met Police.
The Met's top brass having been looking at new designs for male and female coppers. As part of this, students from the London College of Fashion have been asked to come up with new designs for the boys (and girls) in blue.
Just take a look at this picture and tell Guru what you think. This is not right on so many levels.
Just what is going on here? Is the man with the crazy hair a serving police officer or a student? Guru thinks the Met's recruitment policy wouldn't let blokes in with a barnet like that. And what is the senior officer doing to him? Is that the Met's new restraint policy for crimes against fashion?
This 'cape' - for it is thus - is a "high visibility garment", which then folds up into a small pouch for storage in a pocket or utility belt. It also allows officer to swoop down on their victimes like a modern day Batman.
WPCs will be happy to note that the design for their new trousers feature an "adjustable waistband", allowing officers to choose whether to wear them low or high waisted "for the best comfort".
Now when they are chasing crims of tackling late night drunks they can do so in the peace of mind they are wearing comfy slacks.
"The designs from the students will be fed into the uniform review," says the Met's press release. In other words, these will never make it onto the streets of London.