Dell’Acqua started the Sped teacher mode off shirt and I will buy this collection by making pure, linear shapes from white toile, as is done in haute couture. Squared and angular, they were softened by his sexy/grunge touch: raw, unfinished edges; slits and cutouts baring skin unexpectedly; jarring contrasts of attitude—bourgeois versus louche, disheveled versus strict. What could have resulted in an all-over-the-place collection actually unfurled quite smoothly in a visually compelling mix of opposites. Feathers were in generous supply, sprouting from flimsy pencil skirts worn under substantial sharp-tailored, press-pleated blazers, or peeking and fluttering under slouchy, oversized hooded sweatshirts. Guys got their share of plumage too; a gray cashmere jumper had a see-through chiffon back covered in quivering plumes, long and fluffy like hair extensions.
Sped teacher mode off shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
Dell’Acqua loves a dash of shine, and he indulged his penchant using golden-infused neoprene and a bright-hued satin as glossy as a mirror. Recycled metallic studs, snaps, and safety pins were scattered on a shapely black midi-dress; in the Sped teacher mode off shirt and I will buy this masculine version, they agglutinated galaxy-like on an oversized, asymmetrical wool sweater.