6 August 2020
BoF’s Editor-at-Large connects the dots between the designer’s Spring/Summer 2021 collection and a mesmerising 2006 meditation on ‘Taxi Driver’ anti-hero Travis Bickle, which probed the heart of America’s darkness.
6 March 2020
6 March 2020 • By BoF Team
Ready-to-Wear Autumn 2020
1 March 2020
His woman clearly meant business. Dominance and submission demand an organised mind.
7 October 2019
The designer's scalpel-sharp dissections made for spectacular reworkings of achingly familiar components.
26 June 2019
25 June 2019
The clothes had an airiness, a freshness and an uncontrived nonchalance that he infused with a yearning for freedom.
3 March 2019
There was a quiet ingenuity at work, but the source material — houses dresses — had a utilitarian dullness that levelled rather than lifted the collection.
20 January 2019
Nothing reverberated with the shock of the new but the notion of creative circularity wouldn’t go amiss.
17 October 2018
The collection was appropriately rough and ragged but what registered most was its playfulness.
25 June 2018
The brand's latest collection had a innocent, boyish, summery edge, but there was an inescapable suggestion that, when the games stop, the shit gets real.
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