The working man's uniform reduced and refined for New York minimal cool: glossy riding boots, bright fisherman’s knits, inky overalls, and the boxing gloves of a late night after-work men’s club.
Where the hem of a dress had been lifted roughly and caught with a belt loop and a few stitches at the side – like in make-shift haste when work needs to get done.
A boxy bubble wrap t-shirt, worn on its own over a black bandeau or as the extra layer over a graffiti-ed tee. Takes health and safety at work to DIY levels.
A startling copper orange broke the crisp monochrome palette, in a full orange shimmering biker jacket.
Stand out looks:
The lacquered denim pieces, in stiff corseted tops and a long line sleeveless jacket that could have been made from leather. The final look, a floor length black dress, came shrugged off the shoulders and fell around the body, slashed at the arms and thigh.