Filipe Cerejo is a Portuguese fashion designer who currently lives in London, where he studies Fashion Design at Middlesex University.
With a creative and innovative vision, he can capture details around him and transform them into authentic and full of personality pieces. His creations progress between past and future in a game of shapes and dimensions where what seemed to be common becomes unique and unpredictable.
“Sabotage” breaks the rules, goes beyond the laws, it’s created a statement. It is from the irreverent 90's that Beastie Boys, the reference for this collection, brings us an overload of oppositions in color contrasts, textures and details.
Always focused on the struggle for their rights, there is a clash of past and present that unifies Brexit and past events in the USA, for which rights have always been defended by Beastie Boys, resulting in a collection inspired by British menswear and highlighting silhouettes from the American streetwear.
This way, a story is told through bold menswear focusing on the search for the truth and authenticity that surrounds us. An optical abstraction is created through the color palette that builds this illusion that emphasizes how blind we are to those around us. Fibers with unusual textures reconcile all the inevitable sabotage created by governments that lead us in a parallel path.