Xander Zhou 2014 Spring/Summer Collection

In London, Beijing-based designer, Xander Zhou, presented a collection that looked to the

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In London, Beijing-based designer, Xander Zhou, presented a collection that looked to the cyberspace uniforms of the future. For him, this meant deconstructed suiting — some in leather, others in tweed, or with pinstripes — aprons, macs and exaggerated proportions. Adding to the space-age aesthetic, meanwhile, was the use of patent leather, mesh and cellophane, along with the collage-like photo prints that appeared on Zhou’s otherworldly outerwear.

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