Matthew Miller Imbues Skinhead Culture for 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

A mad palette of inky hues, flowing garbs, and butterfly badges.

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For his 2017 spring/summer show at 180 Strand on June 10, Matthew Miller intermingled the romantic cloud paintings of John Constable with the subversive styles of 1960s skinhead culture. The British designer’s latest collection harnesses a mad palette of inky hues which the designer is known for, flowing garbs and minimal knitwear. Notable pieces include a cloud-patterned jacket, a vintage kimono, and butterfly badges pinned on the chests of a couple shaven-headed models. Miller’s signature zipper loops and experimental detailing are also sprawled across the line.

All in all, Matthew Miller breathes life into contemporary punk fashion that has more or less gained prevalence. Visit his official website to find out more here.

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