On the 6th January Alex Mullins showcased his collection at London Fashion week, featuring clothing with a decidedly slouchy feel.
With garments printed with 90s VHS graphics, checked trousers reminiscent of pyjama bottoms, bed hair and overwhelmingly large outerwear that blanketed the models, Alex Mullins AW17 brings fashion to the living room sofa, proposing a comfortable and relaxed style.
Most notable within the collection were the two tone trousers, which featured the colour schemes Chatreuse and beige, and tomato and magnolia; an approach that has most often been referred to in hairstyling, the two tone design created a sense of dimension. Another important piece was the flowing denim coat with blanket stitch edging in white, in which the contrast of the edging against the dark material gave the garment a more eye catching shape.
Against the somewhat meticulous approach that designers have, Alex Mullins AW17 intentionally relaxed designs made his collection stand out above the rest at London Fashion Week.
Photo by Chazz Adnitt