London based designer JAMES HOCK has just presented his Spring Summer 2017 unisex collection.
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Despite previous summer collections of Hock’s being bombarded with dark tones, this season embraces clean-cut white cotton to create airy silhouettes for the warmer months in the form of signature wide-leg trousers, culottes and robes – as well as new, exciting additions. Straps and pull cords are added to t-shirts to allow for customization of the silhouette while knitwear is loose and oversized with a throw-over ease. Spring/Summer 2016 favourites have been adapted, such as the kaftan dress which has morphed into a long, sleeveless dress with a fishtail-like hem. Box-style dresses and tops reappear in cotton poplin and are button-down – James’ modern nod to classic office wear. – from James Hock
See all of the looks after the jump:
All Images Courtesy of James Hock