Most designers show a collections which vary little and can be easily summed up. Meadham Kirchhoff manages to create a collection where each model looks like a different ‘that weird kid in class’, that super alternative kid who wears anoraks in summer and night clothing in the day-shine.
Meadham Kirchhoff’s S/S 2014 collection is partly inspired by Virginia Woolf’s Orlando; that one that was adapted by Sally Potter into the ’92 film of the same name, starring the ultimate ‘that weird kid in class’ Tilda what-is-she-wearing-now Swinton.
Follow the jump to see such other Wolfian weird-kid looks as;
swamp-green round-neck rubber jackets
floral cleaning-lady pinafore
matryoshka face booties
illustrated rubber corded totes
and net curtain collared night-shirts
THAT WEIRDO IS FIERCE-THOUGH !