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A Cold Wall* presented its FW19 collection in an industrial, black setting in one of the city’s most underground neighborhoods, Brick Lane.
On a runway almost five metres from the front row, A-Cold-Wall’s conceptual show showed us a collection that combines tailoring, uneven patterns, inherent elements of utilitarianism and all this in sports-inspired garments with materials ranging from wool to nylon.
Like Liam Hodges, Samuel Ross relies on the dystopian future in which we mimic ourselves thanks to the soundtrack of electronic and dissonant music that made us feel inside a control tower.
The garments are logical deconstruction, the color palette continues the opening that began in SS19 and the collaboration with Nike expands through a new version of the Vomero.
A Cold Wall FW19
The fashion show was accompanied by a performance in which three artists in black advanced crawling in a puddle of water at the edge of the catwalk.