Public School S/S 2015

Posted by | September 10th, 2014


Public School S/S 2015

Time to get graphic! Post-CFDA win Public School’s Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osbourne go greyscale with a collection of high contrast black and white looks for men and women. The restrained color palette allowed Chow & Osbourne to focus on printed embellishments, covering the collection’s most compelling looks with chaotic prints that merged into an energetic mix and match. Given the appealing simplicity of most of the wares the entire affair seemed made for blending. Girls could borrow a bit of the menswear, adventurous boys might find themselves drawn to the striking womenswear pieces and so on so forth. Modern dressing is all about freeing oneself from boundaries – a fact Chow & Osbourne get and execute with increasing ease on their runway. As chic as the black and white looked (especially when paired with jaunty Karakul hats) color is always welcome on a spring runway. The brief pops of inky blue served to enliven the collection and sate buyers need for brights.

Public School S/S 2015

Review by Janelle Okwodu
Photos by Billy Rood for





























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