Charli Cohen’s presentation embarked on a social commentary of our consumption of social media and obsession with devices. Tapping into urbanised streetwear, Cohen’s collection provides very wearable, yet distinctive clothing that expresses the mindset of those wearing them.
The male models were adorned with pastel blues, neutral tones, loosely structured suspenders and wide legged sweatpants. Women wore a mixture of greys, sandy hues and brighter blues with extended length dresses and oversized tracksuits. There were also stand out structured graphic garments mirroring feelings of consumer societal influences such as the caged parker. Faces were naturally dewy, paired with relaxed waves styled by the Trevor Sorbie team with KeraStraight’s Titanium Irons, contrasting societies expectation to look at a certain way.
Here are our highlights from Charli Cohen’s AW17 collection — urbanised street wear that has no limitations. For more collection round-ups, have a look here.