The Fall/Winter Agi & Sam collection at LC:M this week, is an interesting one.
The usual playful nature of these duo of designers seems to have switched to a more serious statement.
With the use of logos of African oil conglomerates, the designer seemed to be emphasizing the clash between the poverty of Africa and western culture. As well as the clothing choices, the brand enlisted a live tribal drum band to open the show.
The sounds served as a fitting accompaniment to a collection in which the designers sought to combine Masai territory culture with contemporary British menswear.