Discover Edward Crutchley‘s Fall Winter 2020.21 Glam Epoch Collection, that revives internationalism with cultural references from around the globe, presented on January 4th, during the ongoing London Fashion Week Men’s.
“Shoulders that borrow their peak from traditional Filipiniana dresses. A graphic cable knit plaited in Scotland. A flurry of ornamental clouds remixed from antique Javanese batik. The pageantry of Nudie Cohnʼs campy country and western suits. Nineties zero-fucks-given Versace. A nu-animalier echoing the mottled furs of Cape hunting dogs roaming the plains of Namibia. Carnivalesque, neo-cubist flesh by American painter Erik Jones. The charm of mid-18th century English chintz. A Yorkshireman working in Paris and London, revving up our consciousness of artisanal, global metiers.
Edward Crutchleyʼs AW20 collection is creative collusion in a confounding age. From fine British merino wool and mohair tailored into two-button or elongated lapel jackets to embroidered Barong Tagalog shirts that derive from the Philippines, the season builds on a world without borders. It makes an authentic case for artistic exchange, which has always been at the core of Crutchleyʼs philosophy.“
Discover all looks from Edward Crutchley‘s AW20 collection below:
Styling – Julian Ganio
Casting – Sophie Lynas at Leda Casting
Hats – Stephen Jones
Shoes – Christian Louboutin
Show Production – Antony Waller
Jewellery – Gianluigi Zoccheddu and Victoria Rickard
Hair – Kota Suizu at Caren using Evo Hair
Make Up – Michelle Dacillo using Stila UK
Nails – Marie-Louise Coster at Caren using Elegant Touch, Blue Streak Crystals, and Artistic Nail Design courtesy of Louella Belle
Runway Photography – Helle Moos
Backstage Photography – Francisco Gomez De Villaboa
Runway and Backstage Videography – Joe Wilson
Press Release – Dal Chodha
With the kind support of – Christian Louboutin, Kopenhagen Fur, Johnstons of Elgin, The Woolmark Company, Bower Roebuck, CeraVe, Louella Belle, Stila, Evo™, Elegant Touch, Artistic Nail Design.
With thanks to – Yang JinDian, Karen Coughlan and John Handford, Ata and Sali at TRUK 1609, James and team at James Bosley Studio, Andrew and team at The London Embroidery Studio, Caren, Vicky and all at Caren Agency
Courtesy of © EDWARD CRUTCHLEY / THE LOBBY LONDON