Geometric Minimalism–Primitive London works with Nadir Tejani on a new collection titled, “Ten.” The all-black line features ten pieces that can be worn either solo or mix and matched. Drawing inspiration from Primitive London’s logo, the collection comprises of clean lines and strong, over-sized geometric silhouettes. Photographed by Lydia Whitmore and styled by Miguel Santos, FM’s Rory Smith models the line, exuding a subdued austerity in the minimal and casual collection.
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