Mess headed to the English capital for a socially distanced but optimistic London Fashion Week.
The beats were sounding through the walls of an East Londoner warehouse when the first look at Mark Fast SS21 hit the runway. Fast presented his latest spring-summer collection named “Future Fusion” at the pace of a 90’s rave.
The looks are calling back to the 90s high school rebel kids, with neon colours, graffiti, and fierce haircuts which are the emblems that most represent Mark Fast’s vision of new optimism.
“Productivity and positivity are the only tools to deal with uncertainty.”
Mark Fast continues to take inspiration from his love for optimistic vivid colours, good times of neon light, night-out parties which are greatly missed and with the hope for them to come back soon.
The 90’s high school rebels attitude and silhouettes with his signature body conscious knitwear layered with oversized jackets with blown up “MF” logo inserts enhance the Mark Fast style and DNA making it both relevant and desirable.
Although, showing at fashion week this season was challenging for many brands, Fast is not limiting to a fashion show to keep the brand growing but has recently announced to open his first Asian store in Beijing to celebrate the global fashion weeks in the middle of November 2020.