The base or the starting point from which Mullins build his spring/summer collection was the work-wear and the idea how replicate a replication of a replication, meaning taking something really simple, as the mentioned work-wear reference, and re-doing it in a lots of different ways. Mullins proposes more than usual oversize, but still very androgynous silhouettes, like below-the-knee wrap-over skirt, roomy trousers, trench-like-coats and long denim shirts, in mostly pastel colours playing with different graphic elements, such as random splatters of paint or digitally panted graphics, like rose petal prints or meme graphic, not to mention the asymmetric top made exclusively by rose-petal appliques or those stitched on a white t-shirt.

/ original images courtesy of alex mullins /

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