S.S.Daley Spring-Summer 2024

S.S.Daley Spring/Summer 2024

July 1, 2023
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Immerse yourself in the whimsical world of S.S.Daley, where an explosion of character and color collide, creating a fascinating Spring/Summer 2024 collection. Designer Steven Stokey-Daley outdoes himself, blending wry humor with iconic Englishness. Yes, my dear fashion aficionados, this season it’s all about dachshunds! The cute canine prints are not only fashion-forward but also a heartening reflection of everyday life in Islington. But wait, there’s more! Follow me on this sartorial journey as we decode the eclectic enigma of S.S.Daley’s latest collection.

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Stokey-Daley has always shown an uncanny ability to tune in to the zeitgeist, making us fall head over heels for his designs, be it his renowned duck cardigans or the dachshund-graphic sweaters. The designer himself relishes in the fact that his creations are embraced by a diverse demographic. From a seasoned gentleman on a tube to a trendy girl in a pub, the range of S.S.Daley aficionados reflects the brand’s universal charm.

This season, S.S.Daley pauses to reflect on its artistic roots. The designer revisits his art school days, and the nostalgic touch is evident throughout the collection. Stokey-Daley’s designs are a sartorial narrative, exploring the nuanced facets of growing up, self-discovery, and sexual identity.

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The narrative weaves itself through English upper-class queer culture, painting a vivid tableau set against an artist’s home. The young designer drew inspiration from photos of mid-20th-century artists like Lucian Freud, reimagining them in a contemporary fashion landscape.

Lookbooks hold a special charm; they invite us to zoom in and linger over the smallest of details. The latest from S.S.Daley is a testament to the power of authenticity and innovation. The collection brims with originality, from the cleverly tailored striped linen jacket to the Sebastian Flyte-inspired ivory jacket with burgundy zigzag threads.

The fashion label’s flair for the unconventional continues with their crocheted shirts and tabards, handcrafted in Romania and adorned with tile patterns inspired by Portuguese ceramics. A delightful range of botanical print shirts, sourced from charity shop finds, offers a tribute to Stokey-Daley’s cherished childhood memories in his grandmother’s garden.

Continuing the tradition of conscious fashion, the majority of the collection is made from organic materials, showing Stokey-Daley’s commitment to sustainable fashion.

As if this eclectic mix isn’t enough, the designer’s signature wide-legged trousers, which caused a paradigm shift in men’s fashion, make a triumphant return in various styles and fabrics. It’s indeed a testament to S.S. Daley’s influence and reach.

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