For AW16, the Reiss design team looked to a range of cultural references for inspiration. The season launches with styles that nod to the theatrical works of the 1920s Bloomsbury artists and in later weeks, we see creative influence stem from Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball. Hand-drawn, painterly prints prevail, intricate details adorn fabrications and new techniques are adopted.
For AW16 Reiss menswear looks to the icons and regulars of Studio 54 for inspiration. Colours and fabrications remain light and crisp at the start of the season but as the weather turns fabrics are bolder, shinier and are drawn from a darker colour palette.
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