Judging by the queue, Jeffrey, and his gang of club kids, is still the golden ticket for East London menswear. The status even matches his yellow hair job.
The catwalk featured dancers and props, which looked like they were there for the marriage of Sarah Brightman to that Starship Trooper she fell in love with.
Metres of tin foil and oxygen pipes mingled with men’s, women’s and anything-in-between wear in a collection which looked more accomplished and retail than ever before.
A standout was a denim jacket and matching jeans and also his tailoring for the contemporary Westwood-type customer.
Jeffrey just needs to be careful the amateurish elements don’t take the focus away from the important stuff, but the new push to way-out-there commercial certainly suits his design sensibilities.
What did TheChicGeek wear? Credits - Coat - Gloverall, Sweater - Kent & Curwen, Sunglasses - Retrosuperfuture, Watch - Kronaby, Shirt - Jigsaw, Shoes - Sperry, Belt - Coach
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Ever the style explorer, TheChicGeek is on the SS15 hunt for the famous lesser-spotted ginger orchid!
This intrepid plant-hunter has all the geeky-gear and no idea in the latest collections from the likes of Oliver Spencer and Richard James.
Armed with his trusty torch and binoculars, he's looking high and low. But, will he find it?! To be continued...
Credits – Duffle Coat – Gloverall, Hat – Christys’, Watch – Victorinox, Neckerchief – Scotch & Soda, Green Linen Top & Shorts – Oliver Spencer at MRPORTER.com, Rucksack – Master-Piece at MRPORTER.com, Map Shirt – Richard James, Boots – Palladium, Socks – Pringle from @SockShopUK
Shot by Robin Forster using #OlympusPEN
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Never one to be shy about getting his chopper out, TheChicGeek is armed and dangerous in this lumberjack inspired OOTD.
Those towering pines don’t stand a chance with TheChicGeek in his classic black and red buffalo check. Legend has it this distinctive Scottish pattern, known for centuries as Rob Roy, was dubbed ‘Buffalo Check Plaid’ by American outdoor specialist Woolrich (circa 1850) in honour of the small herd of buffalo the designer owned in central Pennsylvania.
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Credits - Coat - Aigle, Bobble Hat - Johnstons of Elgin, Boots - Palladium, Shirt - Aigle, Trousers - Elemental, Jumper - Gloverall, Watch -Swatch, Socks - Johnstons of Elgin, Vest - ABOUT
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