uniforms – that might be the first thing that comes to mind when asked to describe craig green’s work. while it might be an accurate description, it greatly compromises the ideology and narrative that he is pushing through. craig green’s designs have always attracted consumers and critics for its wearability and the use of symbolism and spiritualism. religion is also a recurring theme, as craig draws similarities to workwear where they share the concept of being in a group, belonging as a set of people and that what they wear has a meaning. the one size fits all mould is simple, yet elegant and intriguing enough for craig to explore. no matter the collection or theme, green’s garments are always presented through deeply conceptualised and ceremonious processions, which often leave his audience in a stir of emotion and his customers yearning for his creations.