Young British design student Kiko Kostadinov isn't just using his time at Central Saint Martins to learn, he's working too. As part of London Collections: Men 2015 Fall/Winter fashion week, Kostadinov launched his special capsule for Stüssy, to celebrate the iconic streetwear brand's 35th anniversary.
Inspired by the typographic text artwork of Lawrence Weiner and minimalist sculptures of Richard Serra, the collection continues themes from his first well-received 2014 "Displacement" collection with Stüssy, and features a mismatched, ripped and distressed aesthetic worn across crewneck shirts, sweatpants and hoodies. "The initial idea was just to fuck up the basic logo. It’s so bold and recognisable … even if you leave only the two dots, people will still probably know what it is," said Kostadinov.
The Kiko Kostadinov X Stüssy 35th Anniversary capsule collection is available now, exclusively from London's Machine A.