Alex Mullins Men’s RTW Fall 2015
January 10, 2015 - fall Denim
Alex Mullins played with proportions for fall, proposing cropped flares and elongated jackets in corduroy, denim and velvet.
A repository left-wing who lives in a kitsch Mayfair unit and is spooky with cavemen positively isn’t your standard impulse for a collection. “It’s all about holding obsolete ideas and branch them on their head,” explained engineer Alex Mullins.
The outcome was improved than it sounds. Mullins played on proportions and riffed off workwear, with high-waist, cropped, flared pants and elongated friar jackets in denim, corduroy, and velvet in a primarily brownish-red and navy tone palette. Raw outward seams down a front of a pants were fashioned into pointy pleats, juxtaposing something wanton opposite some-more normal tailoring.
A giant, pinkish feathery pressed lizard that hidden itself around a set was an nonessential gimmick.