A-COLD-WALL* Channels 'A Clockwork Orange' With Spring/Summer 2018 Campaign

Focusing on the collection’s brightly colored technical outerwear.

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After being shortlisted for this year’s LVMH prize, Samuel Ross has released the campaign imagery for A-COLD-WALL*‘s Spring/Summer 2018 collection. The imagery itself features a group of models holding on to each other with their faces covered, placing the focus fully on the garments themselves.

The collection featured includes a range of brightly-colored technical outerwear, including pieces in orange, yellow, and green as well as pieces seen in the Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook last year. Speaking to Dazed about the campaign, Ross pointed to the influence of Stanley Kubrick’s 1972 film A Clockwork Orange: “Malcolm McDowell’s character echoes through the images – along with this idea of a collective of individuals roaming dystopian London.” Take a look through the campaign imagery — shot by longtime collaborator Hamish Stephenson — above.

In related news, Samuel Ross’s POLYTHENE* OPTICS — a sister label to A-COLD-WALL* — recently teased its first collection.

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