Adam Jones is a freelance womenswear designer with a wabi-wabi approach to design. His aesthetic is a celebration of the mundane nuances of everyday life, it sees the beauty in thing others overlook around them, whether it be on a bus, down an alley or in a skip.

Designer’s inspiration come from decay and disorder on the street from the eyes of a country dweller, tackling the idea of a Broken Britain. He look to the layers upon layers of peeling paint on old walls, discarded rubbish or vomit from the night before, and star car hanging around the bins waiting for pigeons.

Jones work with discarded upholstery leathers, relinquishing control over final looks for a more exciting piece. Each piece have a crafty approach adding metallic hints to offset a generally grungy fell, treading the line between good and bad taste.