NY FASHION WEEK FEATURES SMOKE & BLACK
Laing said, that trip to Joshua Tree awakened him to the idea of erosion, and the beauty of decay. “There was something about the stillness of the landscape,” he noted. “It seems so permanent and monumental, but of course it’s all changing and going away— Laing’s silhouettes tend to err on the side of monumental, anyway; the decay was reflected in his materials, which included cracked, mud-dyed silk, hammered satin, and technical linens in smokey hues.
Credit: Jeremy Laing