Statement after statement.
Our favourite show of London Fashion Week Men’s day two, Casely-Hayford’s Autumn/Winter 2017 runway show revealed powerful, well-crafted and extraordinary looks. The British luxury menswear brand took their latest collection to celebrate the 30-year career of Creative Director joe Casely-Hayford and drew inspiration from the JCH collection archives of the 80’s and early 00’s highlighting the facets that have shaped his handwriting.
With a range of rich & heroic outerwears, from oversized overcoats to slim fitted & long blazers, Casely-Hayford’s compelling ready-to-wear pieces offered new proportions and volume transitioning between the language of the outsider and the insider. The runway show also saw the launch of Casely-Hayford’s first ever Women’s ready-to-wear collection at London Fashion Week Men’s.
The collection for us at PAUSE introduced a new way of contemporary dressing, displaying wearable Autumn/Winter essentials that have been designed to not fit the norm but blend in your everyday lifestyle. The collection had pieces we would wear all season.
For us at PAUSE, we loved the distinctive footwear styles that stepped on the catwalk. Casely-Hayford collaborated with shoe designer Helen Kirkum on her signature men’s handmade collage footwear crafted from recycled trainers which blew us away.
See the full Autumn/Winter 2017 collection below: