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Editorial

Rick Owens’ recent interest in Land Art, a contemporary art form in which the artist uses natural and usually unspoiled nature, influenced his latest collection that was like an artwork taking shape, beginning with the rough and primitive and developing into a more evolved look at the show went on. The opening looks were bare-chested or featured sleeveless or torn tops, or else made from different materials including gauze, some accessorised with big bags, paired with mini-shorts. The looks then gradually became more complex and covered up. Trousers were long and high waist, tapered and oversize with hems trailing on the ground. Jackets were cropped and sleeveless or long, comfortable, single or double-breasted, with contrasting insets or maxi pockets or transparent sleeves. Solid footwear with chunky soles and crossover laces were more like walking boots than trainers.