Feb 23, 2018 | By Lizzy Bowring
New York: At once youthfully edgy and sophisticatedly simple, Tim Hamilton’s modern punk looks for F/W 11 seemed to evolve naturally from the designer’s past offerings. The collections’s clean-lined outerwear, elongated top proportions, gutsy knits, and tapered pants were shown in the studio of New York artist Ross Bleckner; Bleckner also created the floral prints that the designer used this season, which added a tender, elegiac note. Aldous Huxley’s futuristic fantasies were cited as one of the designer’s inspirations and the juxtaposition of whimsical pieces with hard-edge elements seemed to reflect the author’s influence.
Color: Black / Maple / Indigo / Cobalt / Fiery Red / Stony Beige / Off-white / Herby green
Key Items: Futuristic moto jacket / Tapered pant / Minimalist coat / Funnel neck top / Elongated knit top / Pea coat / Blazer / Hidden placket button-front / Black and white photo printed tee / Gutsy pullover sweater / “Members Only” jacket
Materials: Leather / Cotton shirtings / Cotton jerseys / Nylon / Thick fine-guage jersey / Black denim
Details + Trim: Hidden plackets / Double-ended zippers / Funnel and turtlenecks / Pant pleats
Accessories + Footwear: Platform oxfords and Beatle boots / Bowler hats
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