The brothers Foxall have been designing together since 2006, launching the first incarnation of their studio from a disused Ottoman Jail in Istanbul. They’ve since upped sticks and moved back to London where they create and consult for leading fashion brands including Aquascutum, GQ, Bora Aksu and PPQ. Between them they manage a whole host of creative endeavours whether redesigning the layout of a magazine or consulting on music for a retail space.
Although there’s no doubt that choosing the right music is an art form in its own right, we’re a little more enamoured with Foxall Studio’s patterned creations for PPQ, sometime zeitgeisty dressers of Pete Doherty and the late Amy Winehouse. The gaudy colours and awkward geometric patterns of their A/W 2011 (ok so we’re a little late on this) collection are decidedly on trend with the 90’s revival that’s been sweeping the fashion world of late, replicating the glam of Versace with a digital twist. Nice.
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