Saturday, 21 February 2015

Joe Jordan - NYFW

(all photos from

According to a source, Jordan was inspired by the streets of Berlin for her collection, making it a "tribute to the grown-up tomboy in an urban environment." Fitting for the cold weather that Berlin, London (where the designer is from) and New York (where the show was held) receive in the Autumn and Winter months, lots of furs appeared in the collection as well as metallic fabrics which resembled ice and powder blues shone through the mainly black, charcoal and white palette which reminded me of the cold too. 

This collection is filled of loose hipster trousers, some of which are held up with braces which resemble ski/snowboarding gear, cropped trousers, leather tracksuit bottoms, jumpsuits, sweaters and oversized coats - whether that be bomber jackets, sheepskin or not, or a grey cargo coat with a furry trim. These all resemble males garments but they all have that feminine feel to them, emphasised by the dress with a short asymmetrical hem and the knitted dress. Androgyny at it's finest. 

Favourite parts of this collection: braces and sleek tailored suit. 

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