Description: Kim Gush presented an all-black collection with leather coming out paired with much softer, lightweight fabrics for tops. There were leather cut-outs and crop tops galore. The fabrics were sheer and when they were not, the tops were often sleeveless, making for a show with a lot of bare skin.
Wearability Score: 6
Peacocking Points: 7
Skattie Thoughts: There’s almost always a very masculine – and sexy – ‘goth’ to Kim Gush’s work. While this may be so, she is one designer who knows how to balance this out with obvious hints at femininity, without completely alienating our market and it’s demand for masculinity in menswear. It’s a delicate contrast that she gets better at with every show.