Wales Bonner Men’s Fall 2022 – WWD

In one of her strongest collections, Grace Wales Bonner examined the crafts, the natural world, and the lives of Don and Moki Cherry as they raised a family, and made music and art together, in a large community of friends and colleagues. invented in the 1970s in Sweden.

For a collection called “Togetherness,” Wales Bonner featured on Cherrys wardrobes, as well as Moki hand-crafted art and textiles. The result is a mix of colors, textures and crafts that evoke the couple’s bohemian lifestyle, sense of adventure and connection to nature.

Although the collection is heavily ’70s – in the form of slim pajamas with little mirror embellishment; bell bottom jeans, and a knitted two-piece dress and pants combo – it’s not literal or nostalgic, but fresh and sporty.

There’s more women’s clothing here than in previous seasons: Wales Bonner said in an interview that the collection is also about how she wants to dress right now, with outfits that “lift the mood and lift the mood.” morale”.

To wit, she paired a patterned embroidered A-line skirt with a striped rugby shirt, chunky socks and Adidas Originals sneakers, part of an ongoing collaboration with the brand. Delightful and charming appearance – a rare hybrid.

Both a double-breasted check jacket and a ’40s pink and white candy-style dress exude vintage boutique flair. Wales Bonner put a sports stamp on the back, pairing a soft, sweet dress with cream, wide-leg, tailored pants.

Wales Bonner describes her more formal look as “a brilliant evening”. These include a jacket with red and orange poppies, and a two-piece dress with satin and crochet stripes. The model in this outfit was barefoot and wore ankle bracelets, expressing the effortless, carefree mood of the collection. Wales Bonner Men’s Fall 2022 – WWD


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