Dreamy, washed-out colours dominated the collection – as if David Hockney's LA series of paintings had been left out in the sunlight to fade. Prints ran throughout, with retro wallpaper-style sunflower shirts – collars wide, of course – meeting more toned-down pastel printed kimonos (also spotted at Astrid Andersen – an early trend?) A Britpop trademark, the super slim silhouette (and the super slim, and undeniably sexy, boy) strutted his stuff in that forgotten favourite, the flared jean. Topped off with an array of 70s staples such as the fringed suede jacket, classic ringer tee, shearling parka and even the sweater vest, it was an updated ode to a classic era.
How it was worn:
Mops were messily parted, with tinted square aviators adding 90s rock god attitude. Clear lenses lent a more bookish charm, heightened by the yearbooks held by models as they walked.