Having been inspired by old books collected by designer Shinpei Yamagishi on horses, the Summer 2019 collection revealed a mix of high-end fashion techniques with a more casual approach to design and graphics. For example, sartorial elements like frayed hems, embroidery and tailored cuts are paired on the runway with textile patterns, hand-drawn artwork and accessorized looks to create a vibrant, classic styling with a bit of an edge and expression. Bed J.W. Ford’s technical aspects were not ignored, as texturized anoraks with oversized hoods in yellow and purple made a vivid appearance. Last but not least a powerhouse collaboration with adidas was revealed, giving the Fashion Week audience a first look at the collection that includes dual-branded outerwear and a new rendition of the recently-announced Kamanda silhouette.
View the backstage imagery above and stay tuned for more info on Bed J.W. Ford’s Summer 2019 collection in the coming months.