Acne Studios, Louis Vuitton, Rick Owens, JW Anderson, Palomo Spain, Craig Green, Balmain, Vetements, Raf Simons, Martine Rose, Alexander McQueen

Fashion and Style, like art, should evoke a feeling. Make you stop in your tracks, slow down and observe. 

Being happily unemployed it seems that my eye attracts sharp tailoring and transitional work play looks. From Virgil Abloh's Louis Vuitton, Alexander McQueen, Dries van Noten and Art School. There is something about wearing clothing that is well-tailored or structured. It’s like wearing armour of sorts exuding strength and power. 

Wide shoulders for those whose slope or want to resemble Mr. Strong. Built into coats and blazers for dramatic effect against slim legs seen at Rick Owens and Vetements. Accents of draping, ruffles, and fur; all classic elements of Fall/Winter add richness without having seas of burgundy, mustard and green to convey the message. Designers like Craig Green, McQueen & Balmain stay true to their traditional aesthetic proving that consistency can be a trend in itself.

My Fall/Winter 2020 looks are bold and mean business.