Mar 11, 2014 6:10PM

Josh Goot Full AW14 Lookbook

Geometric, pixelated and a lot of turtlenecks.
Sydney boy Josh Goot's AW14 collection is all about change, with the designer moving away from bright statement pieces this season, and instead focussing on minimalism, simplicity and balance. Exploring the conceptual crossfire between romanticism and digitalism, the label gestures towards monotone, rigorous territory, with pieces in classic, modernist silhouettes, geometric blocks of colour, heavy layering and pixelated, glitchy prints.
 
Inspired by 17th century Dutch Vanitas tradition, there's also deeper, richer tones, with patches of lighter colour and metallics showing through. Wool features heavily, as does jacquard and just a bit of leather. Flowy silhouettes contrast with heavier-framed knitwear, and there's long, 40s style double breasted coats, split skirts, wide shoulders, long a-line skirts and some turtlenecks. Turtlenecks are great.