Brixtol Textiles AW19. Truly Sustainable

Brixtol Textiles and Happy Monday 2019 Brixtol Textile’s autumn and winter collection 2019 is inspired by, as in previous seasons, the British subcultures. The design team has studied the early house scene in England, Manchester or “Madhester” as the town was called in the early 90s. “Happy Monday” the club scene came to be called in England when the clubs had to close at 02.00 on the weekends. On Mondays, however, there were no rules for closing times, so the rave party of the time was put on just that day to be able to dance all night.

Silhouettes and materials on the garments worn at the clubs but also color cards have been implemented at Brixtol Textiles collection.

Skärmavbild 2019-06-09 kl. 20.53.23

Very mellow but also brown in different shades and purple as contrasting color is visible. The material manchester and wool will come again this season as well and the silhouettes are somewhat “boxy” – especially on the women side. Significant garments are the oversize shirt that was used as a jacket during the early 90s both on boys and girls. Even such a classic “bucket hat” was common and Brixtol Textiles made his own interpretation in fake fur; a black and a beige. In addition, it shows longer coats on men’s and women’s wool and recycled cashmere as well as 90’s buffer jackets in different variants of recycled PET.

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