LONDON FASHION WEEK MEN'S

At Craig Green Fall 2017, You Don’t Have to Choose Between Form and Function

Photographed by Steph Wilson

Utilitarianism was pushed to its furthest logical conclusion at Craig Green‘s Fall 2017 menswear show, where quilted vests, tightly belted wool coats, and boxy fisherman’s uniforms got an avant-garde upgrade. The designer, who was recently crowned British menswear designer of the year at London’s Fashion Awards (formerly the British Fashion Awards), built on his previous seasons’ trademark quilting and laced-together garments, showing garments that were pulled apart and pieced back together in new combinations, adorned with new pockets and belted up for security. All that function has earned him a fan in avant-garde aficionado FKA Twigs, too.

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