John Skelton makes use of his grandma's old sheets for AW16.
On our minds is the Central Saint Martins show at London Fashion Week AW16, which like seasons before did not fail to innovate. Our favourite moments were those from John Skelton, a menswear designer that takes on British style and manufacturing in fresh ways. With a starting point in traditional tailoring, Skelton lets the stereotype English gent meet with the Northern gang scally, resulting in modern dapper outcomes. With an integral approach to sustainability, the designer makes use of traditional English manufacturers and English-sourced materials such as raw wool. For this collection, he also re-used his grandma’s old sheets. See the full show here.
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Stan Smith, Forever
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