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Spring Summer '20 Show: LFWM

Jun 11, 2019
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Inspired by Wong Kar-wai’s cinematic masterpiece In The Mood For Love, the Oliver Spencer S/S ’20 collection is a celebration of the vibrant atmosphere of Hong Kong’s famous night markets. The runway show paid homage to the movie’s cinematography, taking you on a journey through the Hong Kong of the early 1960s, the collection is a reflection of the energy and colours of the era.

The show was dominated by an easy, deconstructed silhouette whilst delicate, new textures have been created by reworking traditional summer fabrics such as seersucker and light jersey. Striking colours such as teal and burnt orange are prominent in this collection; they are mixed with ecrus and contrasting blacks and navies to create an overall impression that is reflected in the metropolis that is Hong-Kong. From its monochromatic skyline to its tropical islands, descending into the vibrancy of its night markets.

Models line up and a details from the set

The show took place on Sunday 9th of June at 6pm and was hosted in the Dinerama street food market in Shoreditch, East London. The show consisted of 31 looks in total - scroll to view them all below:

Styling & Casting: William Gilchrist

Hair & Grooming: Johnnie Sapong at The Wall Group using Electric London professional hair products and Björk & Berries skincare

Music: Miles Copeland, Wonderful Sound

Production: Blonstein

Caller: Sarah Whisker

Seamstress: Issy Hickman

Models: Richard Biedul, Hu Bing, Dan Crowe, Kyle De Vole, Pablo Fernandez, Nat Gregory, Laurie Harding, Kayden Hesketh, Mark Hibbert, Earl James Charles, Wonil Jo, Krow Kian, Robert Konjic, George La Page, Nick Offord, Johan Ohlstrom, Dennis Okwera, Junkai Qui, Dean Webster, Wilfred Wong

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From early beginnings as a self-taught tailor and shopkeeper, Oliver Spencer has built a brand around his vision: hand-crafted quality paired with stylish accents and details. In the words of GQ, a ‘uniquely British take on relaxed style’.

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