1 Word: Goals.
I remember seeing the livestream of this show when I was in high school, and it still rolls around in my mind every time I get dressed in the morning. For me, it's the effortless balance of military-inspired menswear tied in with fifties and sixties feminine silhouettes. The prints are barely kitschy, they don't cross the line into some kind of joke, and they compliment pretty much any skin tone. Now, I do feel it's a little disappointing that he didn't show the collection on any models of color; it's just gotta be said. But in the end, the clothes were still outstanding and pretty much timeless.
It's the little details that get me: the shoddily belted waists, the bags tucked under arms, half-tucked sweaters and the small, billowing glimpses of layers. Everything is practical and everything is thought out in a way that makes the entire ensemble seem to breathe.
Now I really want a pair of elbow-length gloves too...