Wow. That’s spectacular. And while there’s a clear and conscious aesthetic at work in the collection and show, I don’t get a sense of awkward over-styling or uncomfortable self-consciousness; there’s an organic quality here that makes the collection look comfortable and wearable as well as dramatic and striking. I want many of those pieces for myself!
I do like that, while it definitely skews “Tim Burton’s brand of androgyny” (Maybe it’s the pseudo-English-historical + goth boots?) it’s not *too* Tim Burton. Always nice to see people doing interesting menswear that isn’t just weird for weird’s sake.