Creating work at the intersection of queerness, fashion and clubbing, Luis De Javier is building a vision of the future with his point-shoulder, cinched waist, sexily clad creatures which transcend boxes such as gender or sexuality. De Javier’s latest collection simultaneously feels like the highest end of a catwalk presentation and the queue outside a particularly well-dressed warehouse rave. It’s precisely the multipotentiality of his garments what creates such a genuine excitement in all who see them. The fur coats, for example, which curve up at the top into the horns of a bull, truly have the innovation and poignancy of early Alexander McQueen. Yet, somehow, these are pieces that I would, without a doubt, expect to see on some of the most creative dressers in the queer underground clubbing scene here in London. There is something truly special about De Javier’s work, it seems to hint at the dawn of a new era in fashion – and many people have noticed it. Celebrity clientele includes Kim Kardashian, Willow Smith and Rihanna, to name just a few.