Robbie Spencer, conventionally known for his menswear specification in the Dazed studios, branches out into a photo shoot entitled ‘Gold Digger’ to bring together an array of futuristic and conceptual designs. Spitting in the face of comfort and practicality.

Conservative and practical designers such as Burberry and Miu Miu are partnered with metal mesh-like facial mask as asymmetric veiling engulfs the original shape of the model and transforms designs into aesthetically troubling yet rigidly beautiful stern visuals.

Body amour is brought to life through the use of metal couture by designer Manuel Albarran in a vision that transforms human to warrior in a breathtakingly constructed and well thought out conception that strips the identity from the face and instead, brings identity to the clothing and shape. Gary Card also contributes to prop design encasing Storm model Anrej Pejic in a neck brace showcasing reflection and extension whilst metallic silver body make up compliments the easy beige Lanvin trench coat. Robbie Spencer creates a beautiful contrast of traditional tailoring with exaggerated and unconventional shapes and hideously encapsulating curiosity. Through the use of designers such as Gareth Pugh, Vivienne Westwood, Lanvin, Armani and metal couture Spencer demonstrates the strength of independence.