As Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez prepare to bid farewell to New York Fashion Week, they showed a collection of complicated clothes covered in abstract and amorphous scribbles and swirls and graffiti-like prints. Key pieces included shiny, lacquered leather trench coats and sheath dresses, cosy shearlings and layered technical knits. Asymmetry was a recurring theme with many items featuring sleeves of different lengths, uneven hems or cutouts on one hip. Clothes wrapped around the body held by extra long belts secured by d-rings, while bracelets wound sinuously around wrists and arms. Fasteners - zippers or buttons - were also skewed off-centre and became a design element.
|Images | Monica Feudi|