JEAN PHILLIP FALL/WINTER 2016
JEAN//PHILLIP - AUTUMN/WINTER 2016 COPENHAGEN FASHION WEEK
Lurking in a secret location during Copenhagen Fashion Week, a select group of 30 onlookers had the privilege to see Jean Phillip's Fall/Winter 2016 campaign. Presented against the backdrop of an old industrial building, a trio of models slowly paced the 600 square foot space in this intimate show.
The Danish designers signature slim cut androgynous aesthetic remained the core focus with hints of classic tailoring in contemporary cuts echoing ghosts of collections past. Drawing inspiration from the church and related religions, Jean Phillip fuses the disturbing and forbidden relationship between the choir boy and the pastor, highlighting undertones of sexual and romantic tension.
Playful textures from the fabrications reminiscent of secret fondling can be seen throughout each look. A boyish undertone of utilitarian pants, hooded sweats and bombers juxtapose against the crisp lines of the tailored pieces in a distinctive monochrome palette broken up with accents of a rich emerald and dirty caramel.
Jean Phillip once again steps away from the mould of typical Danish design and dazzles with his latest offering.