Phillip has said that the FW12 collection is for modern day heroines - girls who can transition seamlessly from day to night. In this case from IT techs to assassins.
Phillip's dog Oliver has been photographed hundreds of times but this is his first transformation into a comic book character, Phillip painted stripes on Oliver for Halloween.
The faceless Dragon reveals his reptilian trompe l'oeil tattoo, based upon Phillip's original design.
DIGITIZED HOUNDSTOOTH INTARSIA OPEN ROLL NECK SWEATER' $450.00
'31 HOUR' BAG $995.00
As nightfalls, the assassins crusade through the cover of darkness in their supercharged Porsche, inspired by Phillip's own machine.
SHEARLING BOMBER $2,500.00
LONG SLEEVED SHADOW DRESS $525.00
The assassins enter the grand museum, inspired by the MET Museum in New York.
CONTINENTAL ZIP WALLET $275.00
TROMPE L'OEIL JACKET PANEL CAPE $1,200
Who said girls should have all the fun. Our men's fall collection made its way into the story.
Has evil ever looked so good? And who is this handsome devil in real life. Hint: It's a musician friend of Phillip's who wears a signature pair of glasses.
The different masks throughout the story represent the themes of duality in the collection. Like masks, Phillip believes clothes are transformative and are a part of the identity you wish to portray.
Phillip is an avid art lover and collector. Here he is in his living room surrounded by that of which he loves.
This power move by Dolly is not only for comic books, it's also humanly possible. Here's the evidence. Not a trick of the eye but a tricker in Shanghai.
Like the eyes of an assassin who is forced to kill against her will, the makeup for the show was briefed as "graphic and wet, as if she is holding back tears."