Boldly designing a non-conformist suit. Brazenly doing without the jacket, replacing it with a woven top, while hewing to the elegance of fine combed wools, discreet end-on-ends and rigorous mohairs.
Pushing the boundaries of ‘no gender’ with almost feminine embellishments, not refraining from carefully engineered embroideries, or flowers in hidden or tiny details.
Taking overalls out of workwear and jeanswear and transposing them into chic and light versions for the city. Selecting only refined linens, plainly lighter-weight denims, elegant and relaxed vegetal suitings. Borrowing details directly from suits and shirts, tailored collars and pockets, buttoned cuffs, discreet zips.
ASSEMBLING IN CONTRADICTION
Enjoying exploding garment proportions, emphasising a bermuda in a baggy street version and contrasting it with a narrow jacket, freely mixing fits and lengths.
Setting slightly rustic blurry woollens and suitings against technical canvases and gabardines or luggage-like pure polyamide. Contrasting ultra chic trimmings and finishings or a sartorial detail with worn looks and aged metal in a jeanswear vein.