Pushing the boundaries of what is masculine and feminine is a key focus for Massey's work.
Kicking off the menswear day at London Fashion Week, Royal College of Art graduate Carolyn Massey was inspired by military patterns from the Second World War for her autumn winter collection. Exploring flight suits, military jackets and smocks, Massey's grey, putty and black palette produced a seamlessly executed and precise collection.
Pushing the boundaries of what is masculine and feminine is a key focus for Massey's work and while a sparkly, silver lurex all-in-one, may not be the appropriate practical garment for nest season, Massey's contemporary aesthetic is sharp and relevant. Trench-coats, chunky scarves, hoodies and tailored sleeveless jackets offered sensible options and a collaboration with Japanese sock specialist suggested how Massey can cleverly forge her distinct design vision into practical and covetable items