Fashion Director: Savannah Barthorpe
Creative Director: Christopher George
Fashion Editorial: Katrina Wu @kkatwu
Photographers – Penelope & Joceline Allen @jocelineallen
Kyle Ho debuted his first ever womenswear collection, in his typical style, the collection blends influences from both classic British tailoring and French couture. Moreover, the use of traditional tailoring techniques applied to the creation of a new, modern silhouette, while the projection of a sense of softness is expressed through its use of materials, which masterly defined the society’s arbitrary divisions between the masculine and the feminine.
Like Eve was created from Adam’s rib, Ho has manifested the structure of menswear onto his first womenswear collection. The coffee-stain motifs are created using discarded coffee grounds from London’s iconic Monocle Cafe. They represent Kyle Ho’s environmental ethos and symbolize perfection to be found in the imperfect, where perfect memory of the moment is when coffee spills and stains happened, which represent a trace of time, place and memory.
Editing a fashion style for a more positive self-assured individual.