At the tender age of 4, Agi drew a range of clothing collection titled “The Coolman Collection”. And he discovered these drawings while visiting his home in Yorkshire, resulting in sparking inspiration for Agi and Sam’s Fall 2015 collection. The collection challenged the inhibitions and the restrictions of an adult life. To rekindle the essence of childhood days, the designer duos got original by involving primary school students to sketch out the pieces for their collection. Their idea was to understand how children see clothes, and how they can change adult’s perceptions which are always blinded by too many complicated thought processes.
With their signature colourful prints, patchworks, colour blocking and geometry, the collection offered pieces ranging from inside out tailored jackets and wide trousers to knit wears and boxy – deconstructed coats. Some of the models wore interesting yet little eerie masks made of Lego, thus injecting the playful vibes of a carefree childhood. The collection encourages the adult to bring back the spunk of his childhood creativity and carefree nature and have fun with his life- and there is no better way to do this than his wardrobe.