Two things good about E. Tautz new collection is: aesthetics and Yannick Abrath.
With the phrase of “Give me A Future” E. Tautz opens the look number one of the presentation at the Trade Union Congress (TUC) building where the fabulous casting that did the brand worn all the outfits.
David Gandy was among the guests, also Yu Masui –the most influential figure of the LFWM.
Taking inspiration from the English textile industry with the guys and team creating effortless 60s feeling hair to compliment using Label Muk –haircare product.
Lately the aesthetic brand has offered phrases and titles printed on shirts, knits and T-shirts came with slogans such as “My Father Was a Textile Worker” and “Give Me a Future.” One cyan sweatshirt was adorned with a black skull, a reference to a 19th century Punch magazine cartoon calling attention to low-paid, downtrodden garment workers. Grant also tapped the Royal School of Needlework to create a one-off sweatshirt with delicate stitching and images inspired by a vintage trade union banner.
Why we are so excited to see Yannick Abrath from SUPA Management, because is of a few models that stick around in the industry. The casting also included Luis Iversen, Janusz Kuhlman, Phil Marsson all from Premier Models, Declan Birchall, among others.
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