James Long’s Jumpers
We just loved James Long’s gritty yet luxurious collection of quirky printed jumpers and shirts - inspired by John Waters’ films and featuring everything from flamingos and foliage to iconic Drag Queens.
Mr Start’s fun take of formal
Mr Start’s formal collection was a sharp and sultry affair, but one with cool, edgy twists, such as two-tone suiting and contrast collar turtle necks. A perfect blend of Saville Row and Shoreditch.
Shaun Samson’s Arctic oversizing
A neo-nomad mash up of massive sweaters, blankets, coats and t-shirts with wintery cable-knits and icy metallics. Streetwear baseball caps and polar-climate earmuffs completed the winter wonderland look.
Meadham Kirchhoff’s faded decadence
A decadent aesthetic amidst a wasteland of chaos – that’s perhaps the best way of describing Meadham Kirchhoff’s kooky collection of Breton striped trousers, jewel-embellished coats, waistcoats, checked shirts and long black coats. Formal and luxe, yet somehow faded and dishevelled.
And......JW Anderson’s fashion rule-breaking!
Pushing the androgynous look to the max, the Irish designer broke all known fashion rules. Ruffle-hemmed skirts and shorts, plus sand coloured bustiers subverted the fashion gender codes, whilst simple and fun graphic prints on clean sweatshirts, along with smart coats in shades of burnt orange and bold blue, gave the collection a more grounded sense of normality.