ICONOCLASM

Now is the time to tear down false idols of fashion’s past.
In IcONoCLaSm Liam Hodges inverts iconography from the bones of streetwear - long live clothes - as the ruins of the capital of Ism becomes the particles that make up the parties that you attended, wearing garms that were lended. Tees, shirts and trousers are transposed and materials are repurposed for a - dash - future free of facetiousness.
Familiar figures and foreign processes make up Liam Hodges AW20, as we move into a recognizably alien landscape of elements that could have been avoided, previous explorations of the self in a digital age are supplanted by investigations into the redistribution of power and creation in a world turned upside down by a thirst for production rather than
conception.