While mottoes and textures were the theme that permeated the London collections, in Paris and Milan there were more than a few designers who incorporated their favourite artists into their shows. From William Blake to Roger Ballen, we look at some of our favourite artistic inclusions in A/W15's menswear.
Comme des Garcons (above)
South African photographer Roger Ballen's intensely creepy charcoal drawings were etched onto the backs of white coats at Comme des Garcons, while multi-disciplinary tattoo artist Joseph Ari Aloi (aka JK5) designed the second skins worn by models to imitate sleeves of tattoos a motif that extended into the fabrics. Not since the early 90s has graffiti scrawl looked so current; as ever, Rei Kawakubo combined disparate references for a collection that appeared deeply unified and considered.
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