The collection was inspired by the California desert rock scene.
For Krammer & Stoudt, tapping into the grittiness of Californian culture is what Mike Rubin does best — and each time it gets just a little more eccentric. This season was no different, with a lineup centering around the California desert rock scene from the late Sixties/early Seventies and influenced by the music and art of Don Van Vliet, an American singer-songwriter otherwise known as Captain Beefheart.
“Think an updated Joshua Tree Inn,” Rubin said backstage.
Though a bit gritty, the offering featured everything from an oversize cream-colored suit in wide-wale corduroy and a leopard print coat to a fitted double-breasted black suit.
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