Designer Richard Malone presented his Fall/Winter 2022 collection, which celebrated strangeness and uniqueness, made from dead stock and responsible materials.
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Malone’s own correlation of fashion with fun in circle cuts, draping, side-tie tailoring, armor-shaped knits, and happy-making tights that ruffle around the leg like a ribbon on a maypole.
This season, he says, there are “things that I feel are almost comedy or art-schooly, which is a comfortable place for us to sit as a brand, because the more I think about where it’s going as I’m producing clothes for people, I kind of identify with all of the characters who buy my clothes. There’s a sort of outsiderness”.
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