Leading on from January’s “Public Figure” presentation, Heron Preston took to more industrial climes to gazette his SS19 collection
With pieces brought forward through the application of high-visibility components (for which he has since become known for), the collection was mechanistic in its aesthetic, as pieces were completed with the graphic embellishments similar to the styles employed by the world’s race car sponsors.
Graphic insignia aside, subtle prints featured throughout, coupled with color-blocked pieces, industrial embellishments, and rigid fabrics, further solidifying the collection’s link to the hardwearing aesthetic common to such locations.
Enjoy a look at the collection above, and be sure to let us know in the comment section following if you are feeling it.
For his Spring/Summer 2019 show, Heron Preston brought workwear and utility onto the Paris Fashion Week runway.
Known for his distinct streetwear aesthetic and industrial inspirations, Preston stayed true to his unique design for his “EN VOGUE” collection.
Sporting graphic prints as well as the designer’s Cyrillic alphabet moniker, the pieces merged the “worker” aesthetic and rustic inspiration with modern trends and designs.
Featuring everything from colorblocked denim jackets and utility wests, to trench coats and blazers, the collection captured Preston’s love for the industrial in a new and exciting way.
Not only did the collection feature eye-catching apparel, Heron Preston also debuted a new collaboration with Nike.
Revealing the Nike Tailwind HP, a performance eyewear collection that comes with four interchangeable accessory lenses in shades like grey, orange-grey, yellow and dark grey. The shades also feature HP detailing as well as “STYLE” logo’s throughout.