The Gareth Pugh collection for Spring 2015 references taxidermy, animal anatomy and mythological imagery. Whether referencing Greek mythology or looking to painter Georgia O'Keefe for inspiration, the visionary designer stuns with his latest range of masked fashions.
The latest Gareth Pugh collection for Spring boasts sculptural headpieces that are paired with monochromatic and earthy ensembles. The designer re-translates mid-western imagery like scarecrows and animal skulls in a modern way and dresses his models in pieces of wearable art.
Overall, his inspiration references traditional folk rituals and boasts a set of hypnotic prints that play with one's perception. His pieces are ambiguous yet very reflective of the designer's signature aesthetic that has taken a more subtle approach in past seasons.
Masked Taxidermy Apparel
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