"We wreck everything": utilitarian silhouettes, dystopian manifestos and gender blur
The threatening stares, shaven heads and dark shadow silhouettes drew sharp comparision to Miller’s chosen AW14 YouTube clip: “We wreck everything” from the neo-nazi gang film Romper Stomper.
The submitted text of ten creative individuals chosen by Miller – both employed and unemployed – formed the basis of prints, drawing on the ‘random insecurities of human nature’ and placing the collection firmly within Miller’s favoured twilight zone between fashion and politics.
Boy meets girl:
Skinhead girls blurred the gender boundaries, utilitarian in their sharp fabric cuts, neutral palette and clinical tabard, flat silhouettes.
Stand out looks:
Black flakes falling from a navy two-piece, layered beneath supple leather and boucle-like wool; the half suit and lapels, half shift dress.
Dystopian manifestos printed large onto flag size scarves, draped over shoulders in some kind of dark revolution: ‘we will build utopia’, ‘hate love’ and ‘rent life’. The finale saw a protest of models carrying flag scarves.
Models: Danny Haynes (@DJHaynes), Harry Curran (@Harry_curran), Joel Mignott (@joelm773), Mac Phiri (@P21Mac), Oliver Cookson, Daytona, Harry Royds (@harryroyds), Marijn Valk, Guy Pearson-Gee, Sang (@sangwfk), Chris Arundel (@CHRISARUNDEL), Mark B, Benjamin Jarvis (@BenjJarvis), Jake L, Philip, Lenny Johnson, Alina Ilie (@alinai2005), Ani Alitalo (@pairoflegs)