JPG’s vision here was to achieve a strong cross-cultural image using various shapes and patterns, from Indian and African tribal prints on tops to 18th-century denim corsetry. I have specifically picked out the denim looks from this runway which each express a very strong individuality and although made in 94, i feel give a clear vision for its future – now- of fashion, and in particular, androgynous fashion. It showcases men in large denim cut skirts, with layerings of multiple denim jackets to really emphasize not only the clothing, but the element of genderless fashion. I will specifically take inspiration from the layering technique used throughout the runway and particularly, the use of waistcoats. This is something that could maybe be seen as not very “on trend” and a garment that i could really develop on to futurize.