We weren’t expecting to see so much patriotism in light of Brexit, but Sibling are never a duo prone to mourning through their designs, instead their shows are always highly anticipated due to their vibrant and joyful designs, seen on vibrant and joyful faces.
With Maharishi’s theme to be that of a simultaneous contrasting existence of East vs. West, military vs. pacifist and homegrown vs. technology; this season really saw the brand highlighting the true importance of Mother Nature, the importance of her resources and our dependency on them.
Influenced by the WW2 ghost army of Ellsworth Kelly, Christopher Ræburn’s FW17 features camouflage and deception from print, to shape to form.
Ultimately, Ræburn creates a visually stunning, ethically conscious and functional, unisex collection highlighting that fashion can both be aware and functional whilst also exciting.
Deconstructing the Chinese symbol for “shame”, Lee found the symbol for “beauty” and “ugly”, which provided him with the starting blocks for this season.
Presenting a collection entitled “SHAME”, Chinese designer Ximon Lee returns to London with the aid of GQ China.
The genderless looks saw minimalist models striking down the runway in dual lengthened skirts to pulsing techno 90’s vibe, bass bumping tunes.
Along with the Andersen’s signature robes and heat transfer hoodies, this season we saw wide leg trousers cinched with gold clasp belts and tracksuit bottoms in a super tight fit. A new introduction to her style catalogue was a form of flat cap worn backwards, referencing 90’s Fresh Prince and Jazzy Jeff type cool.
In his debut collection, musician and entrepreneur, Tinie Tempah, executed another market by delivering a clean wardrobe of looks for everyday wear.
For Astrid Andersen FW17, we saw the designer continue to cross well known “streetwear” styles with true luxury.
Influenced by entrepreneur and pornographer Paul Raymond, Katie Eary flooded the catwalk with rich hue of purples and orange, cashmere and silks, creating an atmosphere only fitting to underground 70s Soho.
Katie Eary takes the glamour and the sauce from an era of sex, leaving behind the tacky and the dirty to create an alluring world of erotica and fun.
This season Agi & Sam teamed up with Boiler Room to create an unseen before collaboration, broadcasting their show, artists and attendees live to music fans across the world.
Privacy, border tensions, political aggression, these themes were all on display in a collection of primarily tar black, blood red and bright white.