London designer Craig Green fashioned masks from splintered planks of wood for his Autumn Winter 2013 collection.
The planks appear to be arranged haphazardly like a demolished shed and are painted in the same colours as Green's clothes.
Each cream, brown, navy and purple outfit in the collection appears to be paired with an evil twin. These shadows wear the same style garments as their colourful partners but completely in black, with faces hidden by bits of timber.
Figures not wearing the large headpieces sport beanie hats with thick seams and large roll-ups.
Jumpers with subtle patchworks of textures echo the fibres of the wood and faint stripes on items provide tonal variation.
Shiny, crinkled materials add further tactility and are worn over matt pieces, with outer garments shorter than those underneath so all the layers can be seen.
The backs of tops hang down almost to the knees and look like an additional layer when viewed from the front.
Ankle-skimming trousers reveal socks in the same colour as the rest of the outfit, worn with simple black shoes.
The collection was first shown during London Collections: Men earlier this year, where Sibling’s Please Kill Me collection of enormous knitted accessories also debuted.
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