The Mandrake played home to a preview of “El Charro Negro” from June 1 – 8. The collection highlights ACF’s interpretive take on tailoring and eclectic range of references which have been used to create a nomadic-inspired selection of apparel. The preview also debuted the labels next Fred Perry collaboration which once again draws inspiration from subcultures synonymous with the Laurell Wreath-fronted brand.
Standout pieces from Art Comes First’s SS20 collection include a light tan suede Western-style jacket, which features allover graphics such as two guns, a Native American war bonnet, cowboys, playing cards, a Stetson hat and cowboy boots. Other notable mentions include fringed brown jeans, a long-line take on a denim Western shirt — featuring collar, chest and cuff embroidery — and finally, the black and gold vest. Take a look at the Art Comes First “El Charro Negro” collection in the gallery above and experience the collection for yourself in Paris on June 22.
In case you missed it, take a closer look at Martine Rose’s SS20 collection.