Plaid-o-rama: designer Federico Curradi saw overtones of punk seeped through the Italian tailoring in red hued check.
Distorted moving images of plaid were projected onto the runway backdrop, echoing the collection’s prints where neat checked lines were dissolved and diffused across the grid. In a final lead grey coat, the very fine check appeared digitally blurred and mimicked ripples in water.
How they wore it:
Wet hair was slicked to foreheads, while beanies and fingerless gloves felt youthful and anarchic. Thick-soled creepers continued the subtle punk theme, as did the silver zips, which intersected coats and jackets.
Stand out look:
#DazedModelArmy recruit Benjamin Jarvis in red and black, rough-check coat with wide shoulders, worn with a thick black roll neck.
Extra long shirts in a fabric as soft and sheer as chiffon peeped beneath jackets and hung over trousers, hinting at a skirt.