sibling extends the family for fall/winter 17
With the much-loved London label bringing womenswear into the mix, the Judy Blame-styled show introduced us to the whole family, reports Princess Julia.
For its inaugural joint womens and mens show, Sibling referenced Lee Scratch Perry, injecting its clothes with a reggae feel and the energy of Jamaica. Images reminiscent of Jamel Shabazz's Back in the Days - tight fitting body form knits complete with ruffles and patterns, tailored fitted jackets, long-length skirts, topped with Bernstock and Spiers hats - were the focal points. The duo enlisted the styling of longtime i-D contributor Judy Blame for his signature spin; adding touches like raggedy sock bows to $1 pins. Overall, it was combination of color and crazy pattern from the knitwear maestros.
Text Princess Julia
Photography Lillie Eiger