Gary Graham, A/W 14/15

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What a lovely start to my favorite time in the fashion calendar, the F/W (or, A/W) Fashion Weeks. Of course, as he always does, Gary Graham silently snuck his collection in before anyone even picked what they were going to wear to their first show of the season or had arranged for car service. But that’s what I like about him, particularly when he goes with the one-model, lookbook-type of ‘presentation’. Always quiet, always subtle, always gorgeous. And this collection is no exception, exhausting every kind of texture known to man in twenty looks. These four looks above are my favorites, reminding me of all of my favorite books, all of my favorite couches and armchairs, and all of my favorite comfort foods. The only piece that seems out of place in this very tactile collection (though perhaps more due to styling than the piece itself, as it also exists in two other more integrated forms) is the below piece.

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But this deconstructed zippered canvas ArtLab-Revolutionary-Jacket-meets-moto-jacket is actually my favorite single piece of all. It’s perfect. Hence why I have reproduced the zoom function on UK Vogue’s site via a 3-part screen-cap. It’s just that good.

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(Photos via UK Vogue)

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