Part two, the afternoon shift, was filled with various highs and lows. Krammer and Stoudt's presentation was fun and the clothing was great but set and light design made it difficult to photograph. Public Policy which is a collection that I absolutely LOVE, chose to do a photo installation with images from the FW18 collection with the corresponding look hanging on a rolling rack in front of the image. I absolutely fell in love with a new brand called TAAKK by designer Takuya Morikawa, formerly of Issey Miyake, which I loved so much I committed a whole photo story to (see previous post).
Life in Perfect Disorder made its debut during SS18 shows and presents a small yet impactful collection with a fantastically diverse cast. The brands show the progressive versatility of the clothing and conveys the youthful spirit of the designer and his work.
Maiden Noir showed a mixed pallet of earth and jewel tones in a complex statement of wearability and attitude. Maiden always shows a solid collection with a strong color palette that is easily translatable to every man and can be easily integrated in your existing wardrobe.