Taking to Paris Fashion Week Men’s once again, designer Heron Preston recently exhibited the Fall/Winter 2018 of his eponymous label. Titled “PUBLIC FIGURE,” the womenswear and menswear range is a garment exploration of influencer culture and concepts of self-declared celebrity seen today.
Showing off a visible maturity in design adding to the streetwear essentials Heron Preston has been known for, the new range experiments with luxury handbags, footwear, and eyewear. Some standout items include a full print snakeskin parka, industrial tape accented trousers and leaf camo print work boots.
Additionally, collaborations with Carhartt WIP and NASA builds upon the label’s reworking of workwear codes. Commemorating The National Aeronautics and Space Administration agency’s 60th anniversary, Preston brought back the “worm” logo NASA discontinued in 1992.
Check out all the looks from Heron Preston’s Fall/Winter 2018 “PUBLIC FIGURE” presentation above and stay tuned for more of our coverage from Paris Fashion Week Men’s.
For more contemporary fashion news, make sure to check out how GmbH reworked traditional workwear codes with its Fall/Winter 2018 collection.