Creatures of the Wind Fall/Winter 2014

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Creatures of the Wind was on a mission to crack that restrictively contemporary and ‘up-and-coming’ label slapped all over the cool kids of New York for the first decade of their existence.

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Somewhere between the far East and luxuriously expensive Russia, Creatures of the Wind was on a mission to crack that restrictively contemporary and ‘up-and-coming’ label slapped all over the cool kids of New York for the first decade of their existence, to edge into some degree of luxury – something I wholeheartedly support for their innovate design brains over the past six seasons.

To that end, the collection reminded me of SUNO’s similar such shift – and, arguably, Alexander Wang’s uncharacteristically bright and intricately produced collection that walked last night – where the decision of success ultimately lies with the buyers, and probably Tim Blanks. Perhaps the crowd reaction, to a collection that would have felt quite at home in London, will sway their verdict in these Creatures’ favour…

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