Black, grey, white and all the muted colors can be atrociously flat and predictable but with the perfect silhouette, strong draping, and intense fluidity, the entire product can be an image and likeness of god. True to form , Kris Van Assche did an awesome job this season. A lot yawned and confessed their boredom but for me his collection was stellar. Imagine the masculinity of the gray blazer which he turned into a voluminous twiddling cloak. The drama is so strong. Very. and i love that he used Asian models for this one.
Rick Owens will forever be the master of this signature ethereal post-apocalyptic battle look. I really enjoy his take on Androgyny mix with subtle goth. The sheer drape tank top is definitely a must have so are the black leather disc arm cuffs . Rick Owens really know how to work his magic in telling a story by letting the clothes speak for itself.
Juun J.'s collection is one of my favorites this season thats why i posted this entry. lol.
I love that the looks feel tough, structured and edgy but still there's an iridescent amount of softness and lightness in it. The dramatic draping of garments is very well contrasted with the rigid leather jackets. I've always been a fan of contrasts and juxtaposition.
I personally would wear the slouchy tees provided that they are dead on affordable. haha. iF theres any way that I could afford to wear a visor or a cap, id don it the JUUN J. way. its very desert chic no? The drop crotch leggings are strong statements in his collection as well. Kim Kiroic designed for the thick soled sandals which are reminiscent of Givenchy and Anne Demeulmeester.
photo credits : WWD and Thefashionspot