Craig Green continues to explore the human form with its conceptual Spring/Summer 2020 collection, this time offering a slew of garments emblazoned with expressive anatomical prints. The artful graphics have been etched over a reversible coat, a pair of trousers, a long-sleeve and a zip-up.
Each piece comes with an image that depicts a naked body, overlayed with bold lines that reference Zoroastrian drawings. The coat has been treated with a glossy sheen over its nylon construction, colored with black and a red-tinted print of a body at the front. Covering the entire back of the piece is a long crisp silver-foil, the same vivid material used for the reverse lining of the coat.
Next up is the elastic quilted body print jacket. It comes with the same graphic as the aforementioned piece, except for its muted cotton textile that allows the print to be seen more clearly. It boasts a removable hood, raised collars and adjustable drawstrings, complemented by a sleek central flap that hides its zipper opening — the lower portions of the body print is completed in the jacket’s matching pants. Rounding up the highlighted pieces is a long-sleeve made from a breathable lightweight jersey, finished with a green-tinted anatomical print, offering alternative colors to the range of abstract motifs.
Craig Green’s featured SS20 garments are currently available at MATCHESFASHION, ranging from $213 – $1,535 USD.