Deep into my first night at London Collections: Men A/W15, I attended Todd Lynn’s show at Victoria House Basement. The show was cued start by a live Punk band, to which the models marched – perfect choice of music, I must add.
Squaring the room were Joey Ramone-doubles decorated with dreamy dyed shearlings and handsome suits beautifully carried off by rocker chicks… generally, an undeniable sense of androgyny that was well achieved by marrying elements of both genders into one unisex collection of uniforms for those with flare, strong individuality and identity.
This heavily monochromic collection doesn’t present the greatest variety in colour. Almost every look would be a co-ord and I could probably count the non-blacks or whites on just one hand but what it does offer is Todd Lynn’s signature punk rock attitude and sharp tailoring.
My favourite looks of the show were the head-to-toe whites captured in the video clip on @oliverinstead or the photo below:-
The patterned knits seem such great companions for snuggling under on an autumn night-in or attending a gig featuring the talents of Lynn’s high-profile clients, perhaps Bono, Marilyn Manson or Courtney Love… 😉