Architectural fashion is a genre that British designer Craig Green is exploring in his contributions to luxe Italian label Moncler's 'Genius Project.' Seeking to redefine the origins of outerwear and experiment with the permanency of form, the initative sees striking and imaginative silhouettes.
The second Genius Project installment is referred to as a collection of "wearable habitats." Redirecting style to function, the architectural fashion features bright colors, utilitarian shapes, as well as kite- and tent-like silhouettes. For the "kinetic menswear collection," Craig Green looked into "protection [from the elements] and performance."
The installment combines Moncler's technical knowledge with the designer's liberal and daring approach to style. From rods and ropes to fully covered faces, Green's "wearable habitats" are sure to cause a stir.