February 12, 2023 1 min read
Inspiration for the collection came from the works of New York graffiti artist Jason Naylor. “He did this great inspirational painting on the other side of the street,” Hudson said. “When I saw it, it just kind of touched me emotionally. I always said if I ever get the opportunity, I was going to do a collection inspired by him.”
Designer Sergio Hudson, known for high-profile clients like Michelle Obama and Beyoncé, has also indulged in early '90s house music with shoulder pads, neon colors and graffiti prints taken right out of the early '90s with his latest spring collection.
Models walked down the runway wearing iterations of the polarizing no-pants trend, exposed leather under a t-shirt emblazoned with “Sergio Hudson” in the graffiti-print designed by Naylor, colorful tweed sets dominated much of the catwalk.
Multicolored patterns were also seen on branded baby tees and mini bottoms, dresses with corset tailoring, and cinched pencil skirts, sequined and cutout gowns were some of the the highlights from the show.
Photos @ Vogue Runway