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#11 THE DEAD TREE GIVES NO SHELTER (w16)

(an excerpt from T.S. Eliot’s poem, "The Wastland,” which describes the sense of devastation and hope during the post-war era)

Cedric Jacquemyn’s A/W16 designs can be identified by raw edges and a degree of deconstruction (Virginwool padding is peeping out through the seams).

Exaggerated shapes and unconventional silhouettes, alongside a commitment to stripes and black, leathers and handknits, create looks that feel rebellious and subversive.
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