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When the first leaf falls, we’ll find a quieter Richard Malone than the one we saw once flowers blossomed. There are no cartoons this time, nor the loudness of the soft weather that came within the presentation of his Spring/Summer collection past September. In London Fashion Week he presents a more sober wardrobe for what he envisions to be this Fall/Winter season.

Malone’s own correlation of fashion with fun is something very intrinsic to him; the happiness is just palpable. From ruffled thighs in yellow to 1920s Parisian flapper references to playful games of shapes and silhouettes, this 2022 Fall/Winter collection showcases a wide range of pieces that connect with the person of today. Always moving, always ready for multiple occasions at once.

At the same time, his pieces are never too abstract. Although he is mindful of those people who do not fit into the canon, as he saw himself as a misfit, he is also aware that clothes are meant to be worn. He thinks of the outsiders but without getting carried away into new worlds. Perhaps that is why his clothes, made from leftover materials, are the perfect mix of novelty and past, excess and comfort.

Maria Antón

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