Already well-known for his devil-may-care credo, Asger Juel Larsen, the man from Denmark who truly cultivated his design modus operandi in London, has once again challenged the boundaries set forth by both menswear and womenswear, rendering androgynous clothing both tasteful and daring. This time around, however, he has been taking to the flare of fur, one in a shade as fiery as his tendencies.
In order to counterbalance the thickness of the fur, Larsen layers in strips of glossy metallic fabric, or even forgoes the use of fur altogether with signature suits entirely enveloped in a whimsical print of chandelier strings and skulls. Many of his suits favor uniforms that soldiers would sport, with precise silhouettes and buttons in place of medals, whereas some of his jackets appear to have intergalactic royalty written all over them. While Larsen rarely channels just one look or creates a sole focal point throughout a collection, he does have a knack for exploring different eras, styles, and materials for a truly inimitable series of outfits.