Campaign Inspired By Anarchy And Death
British designer Matthew Miller has unveiled the campaign for his AW14 line, first seen at London Collections: Men earlier in the year.
The images continue the collection’s “emotional anarchy” approach with Polaroid shots showing models wearing select pieces from the largely black and white range while holding funeral flowers.
Items such as ripped and patched trousers and slouchy knitwear reflect the anarchic theme. Other menswear includes blazers and biker jackets, in addition to structured basics in a palette of navy blue, black and beige.
Art direction was provided by Jonathan Baron, who has previously worked with the likes of Christopher Shannon, Harvey Nichols and Margaret Howell.
Miller has also partnered with Swedish jewellery brand All_Blues for the new season, launching a line of sterling silver accessories. Created using 3D modelling, the Marked collection consists of men’s bangles and rings, available now at Oki-Ni and Liberty London with prices from £160.
The full AW14 clothing range is due for release later this month at new stockists Dover Street Market and Harvey Nichols as well as existing retailers Oki-Ni and Other/Shop. Prices start from £69 for a t-shirt and reach £959 for a coat.