Gary Graham shares his latest Spring-Summer season's lookbook, which was inspired by the skies and Chinese dragon kites. The collection was shot outside of a gritty strip mall in Westchester. I personally find the following looks to be quite mannish, boho or nomad inspired, having that special punky edge, which makes each outfit so special. It's no wonder why, as designer said, that he was going for Anne of Green Gables meets Joy Division. My personal favorites from the entire lookbook are slouchy black trousers, tweedy schoolboy blazers, wrap dresses, cocoon-shaped leather biker jackets, and those graphic blouses. Anyway, I want to share with you my favorite looks from Summer season's collection:
Here we see kind of Paisley print black gown cinched on the waist with a skinny belt, worn with cropped pants and knitted wrap, long cardigan. I love the following flat boots in black leather.
Here we see a sporty drop shoulder suit, which features printed top tucked in capri active style pants:
Here we see a black dress with black mesh ruffled insert which is styled with a lightweight, printed robe:
Here we see another relaxed, street style outfit, which features a jacquard tee paired with wide, shortened mannish trousers in grey color:
That's another look, which features a masculine spirit. Here we see a long coat worn with a printed tee which is tucked in navy, capri, wide trousers:
This outfit reminds me of a nomad look, which includes a relaxed top styled with short pants and relaxed, khaki wide, asymmetric skirt:
Love the following biker jacket with short sleeves worn atop loose-fit V-neck dress: