FW - 19


The Fall 2019 collection is all about dressing serious but not taking yourself seriously. 

The collection maintains an undertone of streetwear-ability but motions toward a more refined angle, using playful silhouettes and the structure of late 70's luxury business wear as a directional vessel. There is a nostalgia to it, exploring staple materials of Andrew’s childhood like corduroy, pebble crepe dress shirting with a retro-inspired oval print repeat, and in the case of the women's collection: velvet devoré. Exploration in prints focuses on novelty, personal memories; the lyrics from a favourite song as a child, “Dollar Wine” by Byron Lee are used as a graphic on the back of a t-shirt, and hoodies feature photos taken by Andrew showcasing abstract moments of beauty during special moments of his life.


Photography: Garrett Naccarato
Styling: Nadia Pizzimenti (P1M)
Beauty: Simone Otis (P1M)
Hair: Kirsten Klontz (P1M)
Models: Stephen (Ciotti/WANT), Zayha



The women's capsule collection aims to explore the influence of late 70's and early 80's feminine power. Suggestive slits, commanding sleeves with subtle sheer fabric billowing freely, sculptural princess lines defined by discreet colour blocking accompanied by fabric gathering techniques, and the exploration and update of the "power suit" found in the hybrid wrap dress.