As a cross-body bag on one of Liam Hodges’ models aptly touted, this collection ‘cannot be described’. It was very much a melange of all that is Hodges – his now-signature twist on masculinity was translated into sharp silhouettes, essences of workwear detailing, and sly references to both hip hop and the punk movements. Think yellow camoflauge jackets and shorts, crisp tan work jackets, and tie-front sweatsuits, par for the course as Hodges’ collection was created in collaboration with historic athletic giant Fila. While this may sound like the standard fare for streetwear designers these days, there was a Hodges twist – while the concepts were quite normal, each one had a beauty to it, or, some sort of abnormality. Small patches and faded lettering adorned the jacket, as did tongue-in-cheek slogans and Hodges’ logoing. To top it all off, a bear mascot followed Hodges boys off the runway, in Hodges uniquely playful manner.