[LONDON, GB.] A few years ago, the biggest concern that designers had to handle for their clients was how to dress shoppers that went from their work office to a chic night out for drinks. Time has since changed and clients are now more focused on their health by going to the gym right after work or even before. Currently, London based but Australian born designer Alexandra Hackett has taken her focus towards the daily ‘competitive’ commute. It stems from the idea of dressing for the day whilst packing appropriately light to handle any obstacles that can arise in any simple commute.
As a young designer, her collection echoed her hunger to make it in this industry. Streetwear is the hype for any interested in trending fashion. The techniques she used to piece garments together would best be applied in high fashion garments. Yet, she has a little more perfecting to-do to get to that level for her brand. The pullover crewneck sweatshirts were done the best in the collection, especially the zip-up henley woman’s pullover. A foil-like metallic vest and the orange sherbert piece were a little peculiar to the surrounding line-up. In its entirety, the collection seemed charming and lightweight enough to commute through public transportation.
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