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The Dirty Pineapple collection was filled with creative and innovative looks, the styles being a mix of casual and vintage. Yellow DP socks were paired with most looks, adding a little color and panache. Dirty Pineapple stepped up and served a show that put a modern spin on streetwear. The line completes a part to the DP story, one of gender equality and forward thinking.
Instead of a song guiding the models as they walked down the runway, spoken word poetry was played. This changed the feel of its presentation, and in my opinion helped achieve the vibe the DP collection was bringing to the runway.
Landlord’s Autumn/Winter 19 Men’s collection brought us back to school with their academic inspired pieces.
The looks were well put together, showcasing jewelry created by Kota Okuda. The show made it clear as to why so many celebrities wear their pieces. By bringing a formal and informal feel to school uniforms, the collection transformed ordinary school garb by infusing Landlord’s unique flare.
This was Landlord’s 7th menswear collection; It was was full of creativity and brought new ideas to school fashion. The biggest reaction from the audience came when one of the models wore a sweatshirt from the collection with sans his pants.
Since the show focused on school clothes, models were full of angst and stormed down the catwalk. It was a bit difficult to gauge all of the details as they charged at full speed. Luckily we were able to see the models and their looks, up close and personal when they came out afterward to take a group photo.