Built to last fashions at Pyer Moss SS16 transformed industrial activewear for men. Designer Jean-Raymond created an edgy collection that memorialized a human sideshow and quite literally translated the message regarding life in captivity. From buckles and straps to holsters and knee pads, the restrictive qualities added intrigue to the conversation.
The mostly black look was formalized against white dress shirts and color blocking while bold red accents provided a striking complement. Asymmetrical elements powered modern tailoring in a variety of fabrics including nylon, leather, and mesh.
A cool hit with a motorcycle jacket decked out in sketchy art with rock-n-roll flavor. A surprising textured feature revealed a more natural looking dimension against the stark lines and solid selections. Athletic socks and flops removed the bleak nature of the topic and replaced it with a realistically modern touch. Fave faces included Charlie James and Mac Phiri. fdmLOVES Pyer Moss SS16, selects and commentary by Brigitte Segura, written by Sarah A. Freiseis.
live photos: Brigitte Segura + Betty Lo