Let’s make it clear that menswear has advanced big steps in the last 5 years, but we can not deny that there are designers with bizarre and exotic taste and they could fall into the absurd.
Featuring Menswear Collection S/S 2017 with the classic game of textures and baggy cuts presented to us in every parade, Craig Green now makes use of deconstruction in the courts of the sleeves and the implementation of the prints Moroccan-inspired garments of great lightness and concept.
Images from an exclusive shoot shot by Meinke Klein with a selection of British menswear talents, showcasing at London Collections Men this June.
The designer’s conceptual menswear triumphed at the British Fashion Council’s awards reception in London last night.
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Ask Craig Green—British fashion’s favorite conceptualist—how he feels about being labeled thus, and he wrinkles his nose a bit and grins incredulously. “We never start with a concept,” he shrugs. “It’s just things that feel right.”
Topman Design’s eclectic show, neatly enough, came bundled with a mix-tape left on every seat. At Craig Green’s, a few hundred yards away in the basement of Bloomsbury House, music played an equally critical role
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