Seamed collars, bound pockets (including contrast leather and matching denim) and zipped hems are just some of the details we noted for men. Unpicked patches leave shadowy marks and contrast binding (inside) and dogeaten cuffs show that nothing is left to chance. Discrete branding comes in the form of attractive metalwork and simple asymmetric leather back-patches make a break from the norm.
We also saw shadow patterns for girls – this time from replaced pockets. A tangible rebellious attitude arose in the form of laser handwritten-prose, oversized eyelets on customised jackets and skull and cross bone metal buttons. Frayed edges made their way onto side seams, pearl-framed holes and flare inserts (which resemble Shire horse feet). Braided denim presented a 1970s flavour.