London Fashion Week was in a full swing, and its homegrown label Toogood unveiled its Fall/Winter 2016 collection in the British capital. Toogood is the brand founded by sisters Faye and Erica Toogood that challenges the conformity of corporate fashion. The pieces are manufactured entirely in Britain, utilising the homegrown talent of local artisans and sewn inside each garment is a unique identification document which traces its manufacture by crediting the designers, manufacturers and distributors in turn, with an extra space for the new owner’s name to be added in, encouraging a sense of connection to the chain of creation.
For this seasons’s presentation, Toogood showcased repurposed fabrics and detailing throughout the collection’s pieces. All of the pieces adopted gender-vague with a unisex silhouettes. The color pallete was monochromatic with a touch of dark blue and grey. Models were stood in front of a panting while some dance in an entirely serene sound. For a more way of describing the collection, see below for their presentation at London Fashion Week 2016.
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