Peoples Market 2009 Fall/Winter Lookbook

Dexter Wong, having graduated in fashion in the eighties from Central St Martins, began

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Dexter Wong, having graduated in fashion in the eighties from Central St Martins, began immediately reflecting the social consciousness of London’s sub cultures, allowing the world to enter, absorb and participate. Exploring a variety of production methods and techniques using experimental fabrics, Dexter’s creations were not just collections, but genres unto themselves. This union of traditional elegance with directional innovation saw his pieces finding their way to the top, bottom, front and back of conceptual artists, style icons and like-minded celebrities across the globe.

His seasons are abstract, like his collections, they are more like the seasons of his inspirations. Concentrating on design across different areas and eras. Moving with the motions, Dexter has caught the current wave of affordable, on trend fashion. Peoples Market Fall/Winter 2009 is inspired by early the 90’s grunge movement, including plaid shirts, shabby pin-stripes and retro pattern knit wear. Protective outerwear finishes the look and incorporates fur lined jackets, sports jackets, wool outdoor coats, thin jersey jackets and quilted print hoodies. Further information on the brand can be found at Peoples-market.com.

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