Craig Green’s FW18 Show Soars With Flying Machines and Childlike Tents

Craig Green’s FW18 Show Soars With Flying Machines and Childlike Tents

The designer harnessed his childlike energy into a full-blown collection.

The designer harnessed his childlike energy into a full-blown collection.

Photography: Phill Taylor

Text: Danielle Combs

At the core, Craig Green is a mastermind of epic proportions when it comes to devising wholly reimagined silhouettes, along with new textures and exaggerated pleating. For his FW18 collection shown at London Fashion Week Men's, the designer tapped into his inner child and unleashed a bevvy of ideas that morphed on the runway as nomadic tent-like structures and colorful patchwork knits. Expressing his newfound sense of freedom, Green delivered a collection that felt fresh and modern, but still encompassed his signature pieces in a new light.

As the show progressed, Green made sure to incorporate pieces men will favor such as a coat with exaggerated pleating, heavy denim trousers, and a geometric patchwork robe similar to Joseph’s Technicolor dream coat. Click through the slideshow and see how Green’s imagination was brimming with ideas this season.

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