A/W 2014

Daniel Silver and Steven Cox, the artistic design duo for Duckie Brown, presented their brilliant “The Duckie Has Two Faces” Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection to a full house at Industria Studios in New York City. Their past men’s collections have always shown a hint of androgyny and this season was no different. The designs stuck true to their interesting twisted mix of tough, yet slightly feminine looks. Oversized shiny metallic silk shirts and jackets were paired with brightly colored slim-cut trousers and black leather slippers. More importantly was the short jacket thrown over the extremely long shirt, giving the illusion of a man wearing a skirt. This season the talented designers showed their first-ever womenswear collection. The women’s pieces seemed a bit more grown-up and less playful than the men’s. The beautifully cut blouses, trousers and trench coats in elegant fabrics still had a sprinkle of that modern “Duckie” edge. We really applaud the direction of the women’s line and are very eager to see how they’ll proceed with future collections. We also loved the make-up looks presented by the always cutting-edge Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics, which complimented the entire modern clothing collection. Photography Alexander Thompson.