For his first London solo show, having previously presented as part of the MAN collective, Craig Green sent out a fluid collection, including garments that resembled samurai robes. His billowing designs had a patched-together quality, with the sleeves on jackets tied together with ribbons, and pockets sewn with visible stitching on the outside of garments.

Floor-sweeping pants were cinched at the waist with bunches of ribbon and paired with oversized shirts and jackets in fabrics such as quilted tarpaulin, cotton and heavy denim. Most of the outfits were in a single color: white, black, dark denim or cornflower blue. There was a glimpse of real-world designs amid the more conceptual fare, including boxy, textured knit sweaters and crisp cotton shirts.

For his first London solo show, having previously presented as part of the MAN collective, Craig Green sent out a fluid collection, including garments that resembled samurai robes. His billowing designs had a patched-together quality, with the sleeves on jackets tied together with ribbons, and pockets sewn with visible stitching on the outside of garments.

Floor-sweeping pants were cinched at the waist with bunches of ribbon and paired with oversized shirts and jackets in fabrics such as quilted tarpaulin, cotton and heavy denim. Most of the outfits were in a single color: white, black, dark denim or cornflower blue. There was a glimpse of real-world designs amid the more conceptual fare, including boxy, textured knit sweaters and crisp cotton shirts.

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