Walter Van Beirendonck (Antwerp Six) is his design hero.
These designers explore masculinity in a way that enables non-fashion fabrics. There are references to gay subculture.
The message is a clear, bold and positive sartorial message.
Craig Green is still establishing himself in the world of fashion. He has completed a BA and MA at Central Saint Martins.
What defines this young designer?
- Squared and angular silhouettes
- Oversized geometric shapes
- Linear Ensembles
- Towering accessories
- 'Playful but pragmatic' (Source: Slashstroke Magazine 2010)
- 'Boyish but robust' (Source: Slashstroke Magazine 2010)
- 'Removed from the feminine overtones that are currently pervading menswear' (Source: Slashstroke Magazine 2010)
- Non-fashion fabrics
- Non-fashion skills
- Unorthodox workmanship
- Ignore lines of the human body
- 'Defies categorization in layman's terms' (Source: Slashstroke Magazine 2010)
- Bold colour interwoven in monochromatic palettes
- Mechanical symbolism
- Old fashioned masculinity is still niche
- 'Generous and strong physical proportions' (Source: Slashstroke Magazine 2010)
- Clumsy and chunky
- Concept over Commercial
- Gentle Humour
- Boyhood fantasy
- Fantasy and adventure
- DIY ideal
- Digital Print