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Follow the in-the-know crowd with Public School’s cutting-edge, street-cool styles.


Streetwise and rebellious, the Fall/Winter 2017 Public School collection makes an epochal impression. Rich with bomber jackets, sloganeering and military aesthetics, a theme of defiance runs through Public School’s designs this season. In contrast, wholesome tartans, corduroy and quilt-like print combinations provide a gentle counterpoint. We’re instantly drawn to the ample deconstructed urban looks and comfortable plaid pieces. As ever, Public School reminds us that fashion can have a political flavour.​


Public School, the urban brainchild of critic darlings Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne, started off as a street-savvy menswear label in 2008 after a design stint at P Diddy’s streetwear line Sean John. Gaining instant recognition on the fashion radar, the duo took home the CFDA’s Menswear Designer of the Year Award in June 2003 and the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund’s top prize soon after. Having both attended public school in NYC, the sought-after pair explains that “at public school here, you could tell who groups of students were by what they wore,” which sparked the designers' interest in fashion.


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