Richard – Jumper by Kilian Kerner Joseph – Jumper by Markus Lupfer Joseph – T-shirt by Raf Simons, Denim Jacket by Maison Martin Margiela, Trousers by Miharayasuhiro, Shoes by Junya Watanabe Richard – Jumper by Carven, Shorts by Raf Simons Joseph – Shirt by Miharayasuhiro, Trousers by Alexander McQueen, Bag by Jil Sander
To finish off Good Friday, I share with you these cute, affordable tees from ENGlorious , which is a small London based clothing company, specialising in individually hand painted t-shirts. The designer, Lucy Collins, is " inspired by my favourite music, art and popular culture ". The motifs are ones we're all familiar with, but Lucy's are all hand painted and her tees are only £15, so if you still love crosses and anarchy signs, then you can't argue with £15. I put my hands up though and say I have cross fatigue. I'm sick of the sight of the damn things, so ubiquitous have they become. Ruined for me forever by the Glasgow girl chavs, with their orange faces, too big hair and nasty high street versions of the Black Milk inverted cross leggings.
My round-up of Logo-a-Gogo sometime last year, spurred on by a pair of comedy Chanel denim shorts, had one mighty big omission. I should have timed the post just after the September 2012 ready to wear shows when the Kenzo Tiger sweatshirt really exploded on the streets. By the by, I'm still waiting fo hilarious GIFs, gently poking fun out of how many people wore that one singular green one. After another season has swung around and Kenzo's logo re-relevance omnipotence shows no sign of abating and so I decided to continue the conversation about a new incarnation of logo mania in the 21st century, or more specifically 2010s ( what DO we call this decade ?), supported by street style proliferation and well, concrete sales.