The Smock Me Spring/Summer 2020 collection was shown at Sony Hall during this September season of New York Fashion Week, presented by Style X. The Richard Magazine editorial team attended the runway show in midtown Manhattan to bring you the latest photos straight from the exciting catwalk event, which featured sassy crop tops, snake print skirts, and striking faux leather designs.
Smock Me is known for delivering bright colors and loud, 90s-inspired Brooklyn-approved designs – and this season did not disappoint. But the brand also distinctly ventured out of its comfort zone for the SS20 season, moving on from the spray paint and Nickelodeon characters that have frequently been worked into the brand’s pieces.
“With this collection I wanted to do something different! No paint and no cartoons,” designer Michael Howard shared on his brand’s Instagram. “I wanted to create something classy and sexy. Using vegan leathers but also creating an amazing quality.”
“Trust me, I know people don’t like change and want me to stick with my street wear style, but this has been my baby for a long time,” the designer added. “When I created Smock Me Clothing this was the 1st collection I wanted to come out with. Things changed but everything happens for a reason and when it was time I released my vision onto the world. Smock Me Forever!”
Click through the gallery below to view Richard Magazine’s exclusive photos from the Smock Me Spring/Summer 2020 collection runway show.
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All photos by David Alonso, exclusive to Richard Magazine