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The Autumn/Winter 2023 Menswear collection.
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Science and structure, the dissection of tailoring, deconstructed and reconstructed. Supernature, the cosmos and the night sky. Muted colours reminiscent of the evening glow.
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The Spring/Summer 2023 pre-collection. Photographed by Jet Swan.
LookbooksPRE SS23 MENS LOOKBOOK
The Spring/Summer 2023 Menswear pre-collection. Photographed by Antoine Seiter.
“The collection is inspired by the idea of community, and specifically by mycelium, by the reality of nature as a community that is far, far older than we are. Mycelium connects even the rooftop of the tallest skyscraper to the plants, to the grass, to the ground, to animals and to human beings. Mycelium has the most profound, interconnecting power, relaying messages through a magical underground structure, allowing trees to reach out to each other when either they or their young need help or are sick. The idea is humbling – beautiful – and, of course, a metaphor for interconnection and for community between people, between us all. We exist as single, individual entities on one level, but we are far more powerful connected to each other, to our families, to our friends, to our community. Given everything that has happened over the past two years, that seems more important than ever. As a community we are infinitely more able to restore, reinvent, rejuvenate – heal.”
LookbooksAW22 MENS LOOKBOOK
Closer to the earth. Grounded. References to early Alexander McQueen and to late Fifties and early Sixties Soho: looking to George Dyer and John Deakin. A focus on tailoring and silhouette: fitted, oversized and with asymmetric drape and detailing. Inside-out corsetry. Spray paint silhouette and graffiti prints. The initials of the studio team: a creative community, woven in thread.
LookbooksPRE AW22 LOOKBOOK
Closer to the earth. Grounded. A focus on silhouette.
LookbooksPRE AW22 MENS LOOKBOOK
The Autumn/Winter 2022 Menswear pre-collection inspired by London skies.