Models wore oversized suit jackets laid over dresses and pants, and each wore a different variation of a top hat. The color palette consisted of black with splashes of bright red, orange, green and purple.
The collection featured two shoe collaborations. Influenced by late British shoe designer John Moore, who created the double-strap sandal and Oxford shoes, CDG worked with the brand George Cox to update the two shoe models with a thick Creeper-style sole.
On the inspiration for the collection, CDG said:
Nowadays if you want to know anything, you can get as much
information as you want from the internet and it’s an experience. But still
I can’t be satisfied.
I yearn after a nomadic life where you can truly live freely by yourself,
not flocking together, not belonging anywhere. It is enviable.
In other fashion news, take a closer look at Mulberry’s collaboration with Nicholas Daley.