Public School designers Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne have presented last weekend their Autumn-Winter 2015 collection during New York Fashion Week. True to the brand codes, they used dark colors and technical pieces with a sporty appearance. For both Women and Men, the collection’s identity is defined with oversize pieces, long wool coats and graphic prints.
Women silhouettes will be more colorful than Men’s next season, with blue and red geometrical prints. The famous tartan is also used for both sex and modernized with red, blue and grey shades. Accessories borrow from the 1990s street wear, with the classic beanie, cap and sneakers. Incidentally for this collection, Public School has collaborated with Nike to create a very limited edition of the Air Jordan 10, produced in only 50 copies and showed for the first time during the show. The long scarves give volume and presence to the silhouettes.
Giving a first impression of casualness and relaxed attitude, the collection is actually really technical. Indeed, the materials and technologies used in the clothes are really well thought and intended to keep us warm next winter.