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Casely-Hayford goes grunge for autumn/winter 14

A sartorial swagger through subculture, Casely-Hayford delivered the most accomplished debut LC:M will ever see. From skinheads to rudeboys and punk to post grunge, the father and son design duo stirred up the past to imagine their future. Applying the house mixer of sportswear and tailoring to a heady cocktail of codes, cults, creativity and communication, Army of Me calls on the new age punks of tomorrow.

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Text Steve Salter
Photography Mitchell Sams

  • safety in numbers

    In their battle to redefine cultures of resistence, the Casely-Hayford army layer on their body armour whllst blurring boundaries between sports and formal wear, traditional and modern. 

    Casely-Hayford AW14

  • graphic minimalism

    The Cornelia Parker inspired burnt wood print catches the eye but it is the lines that are drawn as the world's of De Stijl and the NFL collide that lingers long in the mind.

    Casely-Hayford autumn/winter 14.

  • dip dyed daydreams

    Don't stick to what you know, mix everything up.

    Casely-Hayford AW14

  • drenched in drenge

    With their studio filled by the raw sound of Drenge, Charlie and Joe find their new Nirvana.

    Casely-Hayford autumn/winter 14.

  • it's all there in black and white

    Open your eyes. Look. Read. Think. Everything is clearer in black and white.  

    Casely-Hayford AW14