9 June 2019
The disciplined minimalism of the show marked a turning of the page from the orgiastic theatrics for which the designer is known. Still, the fury in his work was undiminished by his newfound pragmatism.
6 January 2019
The designer calls himself Loverboy, but this kitty had claws with a collection that was a curiously timely, multi-layered call to the barricades.
12 June 2018
The designer has a newfound appreciation of the transformative impact of exercise, but much more important was his rejection of body fascism and his spirit of rampant celebration.
6 January 2018
2 January 2018
The designer stands out as a natural heir to past masters of the form because he so effectively balances clothing and concept.
Menswear - Spring 2018
11 June 2017
The designer mounted the kind of orgiastic, collaborative fashion pageant of which only this city – make that, country — is capable.
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