Season Coverage

While being a part of the Vogue-supported "An American View" program, Rick Owens' Autumn/Winter 2002 debut runway show, graphically entitled "Sparrows," portrayed his affection for utter elegance and traditional shapes. To underline a women's body's beauty, the California-born designer used his signature draping techniques alongside a tranquil color scheme that included pale shades of white, beige, and brown. The salient garments included suede blazers, cropped wool drawstring trousers, elongated lightweight tunics, biker jackets with leather distressing, and wool balaclavas that served the final touch.

Written by Ivan Khokhlov


ABOUT        APPLY        TERMS        INSTAGRAM        DISCORD

ABOUT       APPLY        TERMS         CONTACT        INSTAGRAM        DISCORD