A master of unconventional beauty, Craig Green combined karate style and Mean Girls inspo in sunshine yellow and emerald green.
Beauty in the extraordinary
Reinvented boiler suits, modern day sumo wear, layered masterpieces or textural sculptures – however you refer to Craig Green’s designs, it’s clear he’s a master of unconventional beauty. Green’s vision of perfection is bold and unique – a “neo-romantic scene bounding with chemical energy.”
Green’s wooden sculptures were present again this season in the shape of oversized angular screens covered in red, white and black fabric, masking the face of the bare-torsoed model carrying them. As the fabric was stretched by each frame, the outline of the face of each carrier became vaguely visible, giving an almost ghostly appearance, the exaggerated form a stark contrast to the more stripped back garments in the collection.
It’s all in the details
Whilst karate style belts cinched in the waistlines of the floppy fringed models – thanks to Fudge Professional – Green’s quilted uniform was served in vibrant colours that spanned from Pikatchu yellow to emerald green. Meanwhile lengthy crinkled scarves and filo pastry parcel type fabrications peeped through Mean Girls style breast cut-outs on knitwear, from which there hung loose strands of woken thread. Regina George, eat your heart out.
Photography: Sophie Mayanne
Hair: Fudge Professional