The Craig Green Spring/Summer 2015 collection gains its visual aesthetic from bed linens, quilt decor and sleeping bags. The collection stunned audience members during London Collections: Men fashion week thanks to its conceptual aesthetic that played with proportion.
A palette of black, white and blue tones graced the runway stage while exaggerated volumes and tent-infused looks challenged traditional design ideals.
This striking menswear line pushes visual boundaries and is constructed using unexpected materials. The result of bed linen garments is a deconstructed collection that embodies a feeling of freshness and comfort.
The Craig Green Spring/Summer 2015 collection showcases avant-garde separates that are strangely wearable when incorporated into one's existing wardrobe. While the designer's ensembles seem conceptual as matched pairings, a closer look reveals the collection's array of jacket and pant pairings.