Green’s warrior monks were once again decked-out in his signature hybrid mix of clerical and military references, feeling just as stripped-back and cohesive in …
Green’s warrior monks were once again decked-out in his signature hybrid mix of clerical and military references, feeling just as stripped-back and cohesive in terms of message, except that this season the London designer’s collection was noticeably more commercial. But then Green is fast becoming a big name and it makes sense to provide product that allows customers to buy into that, especially after the success of his spring/summer show. The multi-straps, self-belts, lacing, wrapping and subtle padding combined with fluid shapes and contrast proportions to create a combative, yet romantic mood, further enhanced by beautiful fabrics and a return to bold, tonal colour usage. His cropped jackets, engineered crew-neck sweaters, work shirts and wide-leg trousers were amongst the pieces that will no doubt prove to be easy sells.
Theme: Military meditation
Key items: Lightweight overcoats / Technical parka / Cropped uniform jacket / Over shirt / Quilted tabard/ Belted work shirt / Lace-up skinny-fit top / Engineered crew-neck sweater / Wide-leg trousers / Parachute pants
Colour: Black / Indigo / Navy / Deep green / Red / White
Materials & knits: Cotton drill / Canvas / Bonded wool / Lambs wool / Technical nylon / Jersey / Coated cotton
Accessories: Grappling socks