Hodges called it a “British culture clash”, except this time the spot light was on the aftermath; the roadies, who prepare to stow away the now-absent band’s instruments.
How they wore it:
Underground industrial rockers are encircled by thick black gaffer tape and weighted down in heavy steel-toe boots, functional boiler-suits held together with thick stitching and a jacket and waistcoat made out of the same tape.
Left us wondering:
All that’s left of the performance are the hard-cases and ripped set-lists, which stow the musical evidence of a show that may, or may not, have just happened.
Liam Hodges shares his AW14 collection film below:
Eighties sportswear cleaned up, slick and polished.
Inspired by Nigel Shafran’s Teenage Precinct Shoppers as well as Sylvie Fleury’s Cuddly Paintings. Heavy riffs on eighties sportswear “garish” detailing – high neck zipped sports jackets and flared split-front trouser hems featuring chevron graphics of opposing colour.
Black shearling, unshaved leather and patent pig skin, which at times draped as aprons, gave the collection a distinct and exciting futuristic edge.