Los Angeles-based menswear designer Justin Cassin returned to London Fashion Week after his Spring/Summer 23 collection in Seymour Hall.
The Justin Cassin Autumn/Winter 24 collection at The Vinyl Factory, Soho, Cassin reaffirms the designer’s masterful skills at constructing modernist menswear silhouettes. The collection represents his signature playful exploration of volume and structure, both of which references and challenges classic tailored shapes. Designs beautifully accented by the designer’s keen eye for innovative fabrications.
Cassin’s unique ability to transform timeless menswear silhouettes into something that pushes boundaries and is a conduit for bold individual expression comes to the fore in this new Fall collection. The emergence of subtle asymmetric lines underpins a sleek modern elegance throughout the tailored pieces, notable for their soft, comfortable contours and understated colour palette.
Cassin opens and closes the show with monochromatic looks. Exploring light and dark in a journey of neutral nuances in between, skillfully balancing beige and brown tones with accents of soft blue and olive green, all playing out on a texturally diverse and tactile canvas of leather, linen and flashes of tweed. Accentuating Cassin’s appreciation of classic workwear silhouettes is a stunning linen jumpsuit, updated and elevated with the designer’s contemporary vision of form and functional details.
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