Craig Green became the latest designer to unveil his new ideas online, with a digital lookbook of his spring-summer 2021 collection released Friday morning.
Green, one of the most fertile imaginations in fashion today, presented 22 looks, via Dropbox, with no program note - all very much in keeping with his sartorial shamanic aesthetic.
The collection marked the first display from Green since he made his Paris runway debut in January of this year with a “multiple garments” wandering-warrior collection staged in the Marais. Green’s mood was clear from his opening look, an all-white combination of Blade Runner film-noir cop coat with inverted lapels, worn over drawstring pants; and completed with southwester hat; padded totes and one of Craig’s headwear chandeliers. Three looks later he presented the same combo in all black.
The UK designer also played with his most iconic theme – tent-like garments extended from the torso on metallic frames. Seen in khaki or anthracite versions where military shirts; combat vests; Eisenhower jackets and Desert Patrol caps are hung from the metal railing.