A “beaming” breath of fresh air, proving to us that being cool is still a thing.
At ICEBERG, tribes and cultures meet one another for SS20, juxtaposing hype and dusky rather unconventionally. Proudly kicking-off with ICEBERG is Peter Blake, who’s instantly an identifiable riot of pop-art graphics cover shirt and trouser full looks, mini dresses and easy knits. His seminal Babe Rainbow and Amerika artworks (a technically intricate sweater of bird’s eye intarsia, jacquard and embroidery), hearts, rainbows and Mod target unify across clothes and accessories. Boyish silhouettes, zipped sleeve jackets and matching bondage trousers reveal a candy radiant pink for both men and women. Back to black? If you envision ICEBERG, the answer is clear: opting for a gender fluid take in the form of vests and maxi skirts has never been more playful. An all-round stirring catwalk, rich in eclectic features such as name belts, Vibram sole trainers, chains and more: The Goth Sportif era has begun. A high-end mood springs up from the jackets, shorts and trousers, tightly bounding the same integral ropes. On a style note, the ICEBERG woman is portrayed by punky tailoring and an hazardous palette. Colour blocking is, undoubtedly, at the core of it all: encompassing fluid tonalities and dainty fabrics, prints and silhouettes are synthetised by an overwhelming sense of avant-garde beauty.
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