The British fashion designer studied at Central Saint Martins and presented his first official menswear collection in 2013. Promptly, Craig Green was remarked by the fashion industry with his bizarre yet wearable garments that evoke utilitarian clothing as well as exotic garments and strongly focus on materials and shape. He privileges fluid layering, playing on monochrome and compelling prints to raise political issues where war, society and the uniform mingle. The menswear designer who wanted to become a painter or a sculptor at first clearly evokes his artistic background in his shows that reveal men hidden behind abstract and cubist forms while the prints of his garments display picturesque figurative patterns. Yet behind the sculptural adornments, remain minimal Japanese-like ensembles.