Final year Heriot Watt student and Scottish Fashion Awards nominee Deborah Morgan recently got in touch to see what I thought of her graduate collection "Societies Labyrinth." Masculine tailoring, elegant detailing - you can bet your bottom dollar I was all over this. The collection is a collection of rain and knitwear - with a focus on interchangeable garments - detachable linings which are jackets within anoraks- with a sharp clean masculine aesthetic. Morgan cites her influences as Calvin Klein, Maraget Howell, Neil Barett and Comme des Garcons - influences that are present throughout the entire collection. This androgynous collection has a nice clean professional elegance, and could easily see any of these pieces in Cos. It truly is beautifully made womenswear. Sharp, clean and instantly wearable Morgan's collection has all the makings of a classic - and feels very timeless.
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Photography: Nick Paton MUA: Sophie Pasola