A strange Hitchcockian heroine appears, more free and mysterious than ever.
She is dressed in full body suits on which she wears oversized coats and dresses with New Look accents. Richard Quinn presents the perfect BDSM socialite.
In 2016, when he was just out of Central Saint Martins, his graduation collection was praised by some of the sharpest titles in the press: Love, Dazed & Confused, ID, and The New York Times. From this, he imagines a collection Spring/Summer 2018 like a manifesto, composed of pieces as daring as they are impactful.
After working for Dior and on Saville Row, Quinn takes the classic lines of a past fashion and reinvents them through unique craftsmanship and his boundless visual inventiveness. A true stylistic crossroads, the collection features demanding tailoring, from exaggerated suit jackets to pencil dresses, and radical silhouettes of asymmetrical dresses and coats. Various amplified floral motifs meet, always on integrable combinations.
"I want to marry old-school fashion with prints, in an eclectic way"
In just one year, Richard Quinn opened his public textile printing studio, received the H&M Design Awardlaunched a capsule collection with the Swedish brand, and designed costumes for Lady Gaga's world tour.