There’s something a little 1990s goth – a bit Spike from Buffy The Vampire Slayer meets the entire cast of The Craft – about asymmetrical clothing.
Occasionally a little too drapey for most regular guys to pull off and often incredibly difficult to wear, even I – a keen advocate of the benefits of tackling challenging clothes – took pause before deciding to write this piece.
The fact is, however, that many of the world’s biggest designers have sent out a whole host of asymmetrical clothing pieces for the Autumn/Winter 2020 season and, what’s more, the wonky aesthetic somehow feels totally in tune with our turbulent times.
Take one of Marni’s asymmetrical polo shirts, for instance. Worn in a Zoom meeting (you can forget about IRL situations for the foreseeable) the shirt will not only look jazzy and fun, but it will also make all your colleagues think that your