Old-school Punks take their turn in the English countryside for a weekend away.
How they wore it:
With lots and lots of hair. Alex DeLarge from Clockwork Orange’s mullet with matching bowler hat teetering on top, blood red mohawks and a jagged Bowie razor-cut. The tattered remains of old plaid shirts were sewn and patched onto front’s of jeans cut or rolled up at the ankle and baring the wingtip brogues and Doc Marten-style combat boots below. Full windsor ties knotted against the neck in polka dots and thick Barber stripes.
Country plaids complimented Punk tartans, and the ultimate nod to English heritage saw last season’s Barbour-esque jackets re-worked, bulking against AW14’s frost bitten mornings with layers of soft flannel, crisp cotton shirts and multi-pocketed hunting vests that took rebellion out to the country for the weekend.
The patched denim was a revival of the cult-must-have jeans from womenswear AW13, with patches cut from tough leather, piped corduroy and disused denim. The re-worked DIY ethos that sits at the heart of the Punk movement permeated through the collection, with netted and ripped jumpers, revealing small peeping holes that often go forgotten.
A mix of English hit-men such as King Krule and Oasis played soundtrack to the show, with “All Around the World” ringing out for the final march.