Mullins was kind enough to invite us back stage to see an exclusive first look at the collection before it went on stage. True to form it was an other sterling collection of interesting yet wearable garments. As always Mullins obsession with faces shone though, this time with a shattered style graphic appliquéd digital print face scattered across the garments. Representing the relationship between the right and left functions of your brain. Keeping with his relaxed silhouette this season, clading his models in multi coloured spiral tie dye roll necks paired with tailored pieces, cream and camel longline puffer coats and white shirts with modular cut out detailing feature across the collection. Fabrics include charcoal grey and dirty beige corduroy, acid yellow and rainbow tie dye velvet along with two-tone belted stripe denims and grey shearling.
Alex Mullins unveils its collection for the Fall/Winter 2018 during London Fashion Week Men's.