The idea behind the collection has been summarized in a short story printed on clothes in a form resembling concrete poetry from the 1950s. The collection, building on Teddy Girls’ fascination with menswear is a shift in the streetwear domain - combining elegant, almost formal yet slightly off tailoring with contemporary easiness.
Core to the collection are tailored pieces either matched together or worn as separates. Although easy-to-wear, all of them has something unexpected in terms of proportions or detailing. Statement herringbone coat with tailored notched collar and decorative gathered sleeves is actually a maxi puffer jacket. Classic black virgin wool blazer gets more nonchalant and feminine thanks to sculpturous, draped collar and elongated sleeves’ lining which crops out under cuffs of the sleeves resembling a flounce. Same construction ideas are also used in a narrow, long coat made of Alcantara.
Clothes are made of luxurious fabrics sourced in Italy, Portugal and Japan. The most distinctive ones include: sheer textured virgin wool crepe, black and herringbone virgin wool and Alcantara. All jerseys come from experimental fabric house employing only organic cotton and recycling techniques. Colour palette of the collection is muted with dominant blacks, grays, whites and olives contrasted with Ceylon yellow and pure brown.