Matthew Miller provided a collection that’s clean, sharp and to the point, and that point was subversive and very stylish. According to the show notes, Miller wanted to examine “the human in the context of his environment”, and this simple and stylish collection really evoked the tough, symetrical sillhouettes and stark light found in urban landscapes. Slim cut tailored suits covered in CCTV images of urban biuldings and his trademark digital prints packed a punch in a clean collection with a concise neutral monochrome pallete.
Miller sent out messy haired model’s oozing with an air of young, fresh, disaffected cool. His love and respect for the history of men’s tailoring’s evident and these clean, sharp cuts feel like just the ticket for spring styling. Miller added a youthful character with slim-fitting tailored shorts that finished at mid-thigh and trousers that were narrow and stop firmly at the ankle, accompanied by jackets minus sleeves and laser cutout words on shirts and suits. Miller injected a final young and fresh stamp with details such as ombre leopard print derby shoes, cut out letters and unusual materials such incorporated glass, insulation material, and aluminium incorporated into his fabrics. The striking tailoring coupled with some intriguing details resulted in a very covetable collection.