Life as an unfinished composition

CLIMBER

 

Life needs to be treated as a composition in need of completion. If your choices reflect the person you are, and your life choices grow to fruition, then this means that your life embodies your successful pursuit for results.

&ldquoCompose Yourself&rdquo, apart from simply being the name of the concept with which Climber B.C. has been grappling with this season, is actually a philosophy which finds a number of varying differences within it. Sometimes you life deserves to be reminded of its worth.

The Age of Material Man

The new contemporary man is rather fond of mate-rials. He runs after new and unique combinations to wear. All parts of life from fashion to design, involve following, using and expressing oneself in a range of materials, covers and uses of texture.

With the announcement of the title &ldquoCompose Yourself&rdquo, whilst we were in the first stages of discussing where we would take the theme, we researched and felt the materials we thought appropriate for a top class and quality life style. Now we have crafted them into so-mething we are proud of. Colorful, but not like before. We promise you will be surprised by the color palettes and characteristics of what we have designed.

Artist Iain Hales&rsquo own designs and displays in London have been a source of inspiration for the main themes and materials. And in this sense, Hales&rsquo interpretation of current trends has been widely accepted. For Winter 2014-15, CLIMBER B.C&rsquos design installations have aimed to inspire in turn, in terms of their color, material and form.

Looking at our new range, one can identify a number of reflections we had at the design phase, upon the nature of the collection. Special patchwork effects and eye-catching designs demonstrate this foremost, but so do local traditional print designs and the whole form. 3D micro materials come together with effective use of relief patterns.

A Natural Phenomenon

This is the birth of a phenomenon. An fresh sense of awe, a style with attitude. Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka&rsquos Italian Mutina clothing brand gives us a number of points of inspiration in this season, as yet again, we try to mould a shape out of ceramic effects. His elite collection, it cannot be understated, was indeed an inspiration to us.

Perfection, mathematics and methodical aestheticism have been our guiding principles. More tonage is one characteristic which has been the product of this, and we have covered many items with a monochrome effect. A striking balance in plain, block forms has been the result, with a host of luxurious, geometric, chic and nieve details in form&hellip Everyone is returning to texture.

CLIMBER B.C&rsquos new season range has been crafted with a love of design, a rich tapestry of thought and concepts, resulting simple and smart items, with no detail left unthought of A return to aesthetic quality details strong in high class quality and style.

English Gentleman and Dandyism

This season&rsquos specialities are knitted jackets, wooly sweaters, cardigans and print and embroidered designs, long scarves, wool and knitwear, luxury leather gloves. If that doesn&rsquot make a statement, then what does.

Wool trenchcoats, hooden knitwear and water-proofs woven with the same material and in the same style, with a form that stands out. Knitwear and cardigans are spun on their head with the addition of 3D metal prints emblazoned upon them.

Our range in men&rsquos pants has the 1960s look written all over them, but with an unmistakably cool, plain style. This group includes relief, faded effect jeans. A masculine collage of design, with pants that evoke a poetic or artistic soul, which looks great combined with woolen tweed style texture with cotton and with durable quality. Leather gloves have been featured in our collections before, yet this season features designs which take more inspiration from an aristocratic English gentry style, and Dandyist approach from the turn of the century.

Buttoned collar shirts, micro tartan effect and special design characteristics of various styles woven into the fabrics. Astari feathered and English street-style jackets are designed with &lsquoworker&rsquo and &lsquostreet&rsquo themes in mind, creating a youthful exhuberence.

James Joyce, Yeats, Thomas Hardy, Oscard Wilde and their poetic and creative contemporaries from the era have been a source of inspiration in our choice of colors, materials and style.

Climber B.C. Design Team