Backstage at Lee Roach, we hung out with boys with perfectly tousled hair, robed in rough cuts.
Mr. Roach used soft materials for a relaxed approach to outerwear. Even tank-style tops came in thickened material creating a fuzzy edge and next to sharp V-necks, a strongly defined contrast to skin was visible.
We’ve seen soft grunge as an internet craze, can we coin soft minimalism right here, right now? Garments were simple but the usual harsh angular shapes of minimalism were replaced with loose, relaxed cuts, sometimes cinched in at the waist, much like David (dreamboat) Gandy’s outfit choice on the front row.
Don these clothes to be the King of Casual in any situation.
For everyday wear, anything. If you want to be noticed, grab the canary yellow jacket or a sleeveless top to turn heads, complete the look with scruffy hair and a pout an angst filled teen would be jealous of.
Photographer: Anabel Llorens.
Words: Lily Walker