Peter Isepp is a Menswear designer from London. He graduated from LCF in 1998 and after a gap of 10 years, rediscovered his passion for Fashion. His designs have an urban orientation, with a strong attention to using new fabric technologies and inventive seam details. Isepp works sparingly within a narrow visual space. This is reflected in Isepp’s homage to Bauhaus minimalism in art, architecture and aesthetics, the beauty of asymmetry, and dynamic elements found in nature. The results are sensory, visually exciting and often unexpected. Technical complexity adds an innovative quality to his work, while maintaining a cool masculinity.
Isepp’s debut collection,‘Young Mavericks’ features luxurious Italian fur and quilt-lined leather jackets, unusual jeans-wear and imaginative wool and jersey tops. This futuristic collection embodies a subtle 80s sophistication. Fastenings add dynamic geometry add visual importance to the finishing, while riveting and chains provide movement and urban fantasy to tops and jeans wear. The unique appeal of Isepp’s work can be partially described in a few words. London Design, Made in Italy – These two elements combined point to unique fashion innovation, supported by a quality in manufacturing that has international renown. To consistently create new concepts while appealing to an ever discerning male consumer.
My ideal customer is essentially an adventurous urban man, 25-35 years. By experimenting with style he becomes his existential self. Wearing ISEPP speaks about his individuality in his pursuit of non conformity. He is cultured and worldly. Sensitive to beauty, form and aesthetics. He likes to look good and stand out from the crowd because he thinks differently. For him, style means delving into fantasy, while maintaining a coolness and edge. Self aware and happy in his own skin, he has a strong sense of self. Comfortable in his own environment provides him with a steely inner belief, empowering him to challenge himself and convention, reflecting his personality through his own unique style.
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