Jordan Bowen and Luca Marchetto incorporated upcycled and recycled fabrics and yarns into this Goth-edged collection that referenced the Renaissance, wealthy landowners from the 17th century and biker boys. Models traversed a candlelit runway in black, vampire-like capes, skinny trousers with whipstitch details, or jackets with lavish ruffs around the neck or waist. Stephen Jones’ pleated berets added a jaunty air, while a few pops of color — bright pink for a sweater vest, neon green for screen-printed trousers — lifted the sinister mood of this collection.
Launch Gallery: JordanLuca Men's Fall 2020
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