Agi & Sam SS15

Urban explorers brushed with digital prints stalk the runway in kimono wraps, sandals and socks

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Agi & Sam SS15 Mens collections, Dazed backstage
Backstage at Agi & Sam SS15 Photography Philip Trengove

Initial reaction:

Mop-haired minimalists cutting a fine figure in loose – yet angular – tailoring.

Urban safari:

A change from last season’s predominantly black palette, Agi & Sam opted for hues of blue, white, silver and and mustard. Shirts in their signature digital prints were boxy – safari gear for the urban explorer – with long culottes and sandals adding to the vibe. Some silhouettes, like crossover jackets, were a sure nod to the kimono, which also made appearances at Astrid Andersen and TOPMAN Design, whilst baggy trousers felt like luxe skatewear. A freer, more contemporary approach to tailoring than last season sees the duo going from strength to strength.

How they wore it:

With messy bowl cuts, like overgrown Beatles hair, brushing the round frames of Lennon sunglasses. Opaquely coloured socks, courtesy of Agi & Sam's collaboration this season with ITEM m6, in blue and white were worn with sandals – faux pas be damned.

Last season Agi & Sam were heavily inspired by Agi Mdumulla's Masai heritage, combining its influence with Western design. See it below:

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