It felt like Eden Loweth and Tom Barratt had finally graduated from art school. Instead of relying on antics and crazy theatrics, the design duo presented a collection that showed off everything they’ve learned in past seasons.
Strip away the sequins and sparkly dresses and you get a black-and-white collection that focused on tailoring and construction. Influenced by workwear, the duo reimagined different iterations of the artist’s smock: A-line shaped dresses, shirts with oversize collars and a make-do style with ropes as belts.
Attention to detail showed in the linen pieces. Jackets were cut with curved, double-hems and rips. and silver hardware added dimension to the tonal looks. A black dress with 3-D ruching and feathers was a highlight.