CRAIG GREEN AW21 PULLS FROM A RICH ARCHIVE

CRAIG GREEN AW21 PULLS FROM A RICH ARCHIVE

by Sam Le Roy
1 min
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For AW21, Craig Green is set to release hallowed, archetypal garments from his extensive design portfolio by way of knitwear and outerwear, remixing styles from as early as AW15 with new colorways and developing new pieces from hallmark designs from the brand’s history. 

The skin, quilted and worker’s jackets all return, each seeing orange, blue and grey color palettes and releasing alongside updated versions of the pillow rope jacket from AW20 which arrives in an olive colorway. In terms of knitwear, Craig’s signature Embroidered Hole design returns larger than ever in the centre of the chest, while the knitted sweater vest and bib return in new styles, each featuring signature lace detailing.

The collection is rounded off with dress shirts adorned with tonal floral detailing as well as characteristic headgear from the workwear-meets-menswear legend, all set to release in early September from the likes of Matches Fashion, DSM & Mr Porter

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