A-COLD-WALL* BRINGS BRITISH SOCIETY TO AN INDUSTRIOUS WORK SITE FOR A/W 2018 LONDON SHOW

by Flaunt Intern

 Image via A-Cold-Wall*

Image via A-Cold-Wall*


Showcasing their Autumn/Winter 2018 Men's collection in London during fashion week, A-Cold-Wall* creates a conceptual expression of parallels found throughout many facets of British society. Founder and designer Samuel Ross includes his unique view to his collection while pairing concise color palettes found within British establishments. The combination of industrial work sites contrasting against minimal, pastel colorways is represented in the theme of the runway show.

Titled National Gallery ROOM 1, ACW* brings in some of the most known faces in fashion—like Aleali May—to wear the newest collection down the runway. It states in show recap on A-Cold-Wall* site, “The result is a culmination of relatable abstractions, ingeniously paired with avant-garde and ready-to-wear garments that span a vast array of recognizable material choices synonymous with the A-Cold-Wall* story.” Highlights from the collection include bold hand-threaded wools, thermo-reactive nylons, and deconstructed raw-edge garments. 

Be sure to check out more from A-Cold-Wall* AW 2018 collection in the gallery above, or head to their website to see the full stream.


Written by Alex Ceballos
Photography courtesy of A-Cold-Wall*