• Sharon Wauchob Spring 2019

    11 days ago - By WWD

    Sharp and structured, soft and fluid, shiny and matte. For her first co-ed outing, Sharon Wauchob took to the dark and incense-filled All Saints Church in Fitzrovia for a collection that was full of opposing forces - and it worked.
    The show began on a puritanical, elegant note: The first model, a woman, wore a lean black jacket with puffs of white shirt cuffs emerging from the extra-long sleeves. A male model followed, wearing a similar tailored style along with a white shirt that had an elongated, pointy collar.
    Both jackets were done in collaboration with Norton & Sons on Savile Row, and...
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  • Edward Crutchley Spring 2019

    11 days ago - By WWD

    Edward Crutchley is keeping his feet firmly planted on the ground and is beginning to think about his end customer more and more.
    For spring 2019, he delivered a co-ed collection that could look as desirable on the shop floor as it did on the runway.
    “I wanted this to be a step forward. I started moving away from a more conceptual proposal to something that felt more real. At the end of the day I'm doing a show because I want to sell clothes and I want people to wear them. They still need to be special and beautiful but they need to be real,” said Crutchley backstage.
    The collection...
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