RUNWAY: Andrew Buckley Fall/Winter 2010



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RUNWAY: Andrew Buckley Fall/Winter 2010

RUNWAY: Andrew Buckley Fall/Winter 2010

Buckler was inspired by Jack Kerouac’s novel On The Road,  first published in 1957. Kerouac’s restless journeys in early 1950’s America has lent inspiration to a collection made for transition and traveling.  Reworked American 1950’s garments as selvage denim, dense washed twill chinos and worn in bomber leather jacketsj – ideal for layering and cross mixing.  The selvage denims are drop crotch, the chinos are in dense Japanese twill cloth and have a tapered hem.  The flannel shirts are in wool cotton mixes – or have distorted plaids inspired by the paintings of contemporary artist Jackson Pollock. Read the rest here.

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