Channeling a Dorian Gray theme, Andrew Buckler showed a literal lineup of models that progressed from youthful denim looks to more mature, sophisticated tailored outfits — while, like the Oscar Wilde character, the models didn’t age in the slightest. Chunky knits, bottoms in rich wool or denim that played with volume and proportion, and officer’s coats with 19th-century removable brass buttons all reflected Buckler’s signature dandy-rocker aesthetic, heightened by a live pianist who accompanied a thumping DJ.

Channeling a Dorian Gray theme, Andrew Buckler showed a literal lineup of models that progressed from youthful denim looks to more mature, sophisticated tailored outfits — while, like the Oscar Wilde character, the models didn’t age in the slightest. Chunky knits, bottoms in rich wool or denim that played with volume and proportion, and officer’s coats with 19th-century removable brass buttons all reflected Buckler’s signature dandy-rocker aesthetic, heightened by a live pianist who accompanied a thumping DJ.

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