Faith Connexion RTW Fall 2016
March 5, 2016 - fall Denim
There was an towering clarity of find permeating this high-energy, high mash-up collection.
With a new era of appropriated streetwear styles unconditional by fashion, Faith Connexion couldn’t be some-more on trend. But courtesy — this is not your go-to tag for plain-Jane tank tops and drawstring bottoms. The French common of former Balmain designers (Alexandre Allard, ex-Balmain shareholder, is a label’s founder) has grown an cultured of confidant travel staples churned with art and couture elements, given it was relaunched in 2014.
For fall, a fugitive pattern team (reportedly underneath a protection of Christophe Decarnin) collaborated with dual graffiti artists, Pisco Logik and Le H, who amped adult a signature denim and Army parkas with burning motifs and military ornaments: Cue Hussar cord knots and bullion edging details hand-painted directly onto a garments.
Lace also upped a heavily oversized T-shirt fabricated from black and white stripes of a ritzy fabric. Similar shapes were rendered in possibly tweed and feathers or denim and fleece decorated with sequins — both to good visible effect. More independent were a array of floral-printed silk coats and blouses with extralarge crawl ties, while pants — possibly relaxed or bell-shaped — walked the line between contemporary travel and Seventies disco. Throughout, there was an towering clarity of find permeating this high-energy, high mash-up collection.