Based out a warehouse space in East London, A-COLD-WALL presented its new Spring/Summer 2019 collection for London Fashion Week, reading more like an art installation than a runway show. Titled “Human.Form.Structure”, the collection explores these themes in a variant array of street wear, art and architecture. The first look of the show featured a group of hooded, clayed figures that continued to appear and move amongst the SS/19 collection.

From the use of nylon to PVC, to cotton and wool, the collection took on a wearable and functional element along with the futuristic aesthetic. Deconstruction was huge within the collection, highlighting oversized jackets as well as non-conventional accessories. Pants were the most wearable design of the showing, taking on the cargo/utility trend.

See the collection below.

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