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Alex Mullins Masters Surreal Aesthetics for SS19

Alex Mullins Masters Surreal Aesthetics for SS19

The Central Saint Martins educated Designer Alex Mullins showcased a strong lesson in symmetry for SS19, building on the distorted elements of his FW18 collection.

He presented 27 looks in a series of nine triptychs, opened by earthy-hued suits combined with cut-out bodices in dazzling colours of standout pink and green. Followed by asymmetric ribbed-knitted jumpers combined with black shorts it was clear to see that Mullins mastered both; the wearable and the brave. Continuing along with bicolored suits and graphic approaches, especially speaking of his innovative bags that were worn like vests, the designers surreal aesthetic came to life anew. The show finished with Koi prints and Asian embellishments on khaki colored suits.

It was a collection so diverse, that it could have seemed confused but with his somewhat surreal approach and a strong line in his aesthetics, Mullins kept the collection exciting and surely added an inspirational nod to London Fashion Week.  
By Marie