The title of this collection is called “The Sound of Silence”, it is a very indie name just like his design.
Daniel’s aesthetic always represents what a young generation like to wear- it’s youthful, clean, sharp and artsy. There are paintings and symmetrical, clean cut wooden blocks at the presentation- Those paintings are a part of this collection, and the arts are beautifully created by the designer himself. Daniel added some details to break the boredom of classic items: A drawstring hem detail drapes on A classic Oxford shirt, tailored trousers evolve with the wearer’s desire through metal snap fastenings. There are many brit young boys’ favourites: An oversized shearling with three different colour combinations, a piece of fine mohair top wrapped around the neck gave the rugby shirt a luxurious twist. And plenty of soft silhouettes indicate a re-imagination of luxury loungewear. This collection is about leisure and freedom through craft and expression; it’s tranquil and impressive, silent but every audience hears the sound, the sound of his creation and his own future.
Text: Gareth Chow