Wood House has a great backstory. Its designer, Julian Woodhouse, is actually a manager in the U.S. Army who creates a fashion-forward men’s collection in his spare time. The influence for his spring lineup was Twenties flappers and the volume and movement that defined the clothing of that era.
“I wanted to explore how to tie that into men’s wear,” he said.
The translation resulted in high-waisted pleated cropped pants with zipper detailing, elongated sleeveless tees and silky flowy coats. An Art Deco element dominated throughout with bold prints in bomber jackets and suits.
With this strong effort, Woodhouse may need to trade his uniform for a sketch pad full time.