KROMAGNON ‘s fashion presentation at Eco Fashion Week featured both womenswear and menswear, showing off a collection that’s throw-on-and-go easy, but still special. The collection demonstrated a keen balance of print, texture, and utility. Nearly all pieces are easy to create high-low mixes with one’s existing wardrobe.
Launched by Kristen Luong, a former assistant for Zac Posen and patternmaker for Derek Lam, KROMAGNON’s mission is to prove that sustainable and eco-friendly clothing can be high street fashionable. Garments are locally produced in New York City, sourcing ethical, earth-friendly materials that are renewable, organic, and natural, with trims made of biodegradable materials such as paper, corozo nut, wood, and coconut.
The presentation also featured statement accessories, in partnership with Eco Bling, designed by Katie Johnston. The planet friendly eco-jewellery repurpose materials from wooden tables, stairs, chairs, and metal scraps from kitchen sinks – proving that creative ingenuity and personal expression are some of our generation’s best tools for producing something new and better from pre-loved items.
See the looks from the presentation below.
Photography by Peter Jensen