January 17, 2011 Milan
Wauchob spoke of ensuring that the pieces had a hand-finished quality. So denim shirts were stained with inky dye, while large-gauge sweaters were hand-knit and cabled only in parts. Her silhouettes are neither loose nor especially tight (though they do venture occasionally into drop-crotch territory), and the line remains denim-centric. It looked properly rockish on the Heartbreaks, a young English band hired to play at the show (they also star in a Dazed & Confused-backed editorial styled by the magazine's men's fashion editor, Robbie Spencer). At the same time, you could see how the collection's nonchalance would make it adaptable for the wardrobes of a wide variety of guys. That's Hewson's motto. "It's anyone who feels the clothes speak to them," she said of the Edun man.