This concise collection had a youthful, disaffected air. Models, their hair askew, were clad in clean, basic silhouettes that Miller had crafted with a subversive edge. A slim-cut, tailored suit was printed with CCTV images of bleak urban buildings, while white shirts had letters laser cut or stitched onto the fabric. According to the  show notes, Miller wanted to examine “the human in the context of his environment,” which is why he also incorporated glass, insulation material, and aluminum into his fabrics. The bleak palette of gray, black, cream, and brown echoed the urban landscape.

This concise collection had a youthful, disaffected air. Models, their hair askew, were clad in clean, basic silhouettes that Miller had crafted with a subversive edge. A slim-cut, tailored suit was printed with CCTV images of bleak urban buildings, while white shirts had letters laser cut or stitched onto the fabric. According to the  show notes, Miller wanted to examine “the human in the context of his environment,” which is why he also incorporated glass, insulation material, and aluminum into his fabrics. The bleak palette of gray, black, cream, and brown echoed the urban landscape.

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