The UNDERAGE Society - Spring / Summer 2020
SS20 is a suitably eclectic take on the power of the cult, a theme which serves as the heart of the collection.
Drawing inspiration from the likes of The Kindred of the Kibbo Kift and the Freemasons, we explored the work of Maisie Cousins, Richard Prince and Claude Cahun for this season.
Distinctly feminine in style, SS20 imagines a society that champions the female figure, with dark undertones so familiar with the UNDERAGE aesthetic.
Since our SS18 debut, UNDERAGE have become known for their rich, distinctive print work that defines each collection. SS20 is heavily detailed with motifs inspired by religious iconography and cult imagery and takes the form of digital, screen prints and ornate embroidery.
Striking, suggestive and painterly, SS20’s prints are a contemporary reimagining of society emblems over the decades, detailing deconstructed silhouettes cut from sheer tulle and languid silk. This truly sensual undertone highlights the natural beauty of the female form and celebrates the power of sexuality.
Muted shades of blush rose and beige sit amongst a largely pastel palette, completed with bright colour accents and sheer, draped layers.
The UNDERAGE Society showed at London Fashion Week.