Aitor seems to be pushing for a seasonless production and distribution model for his studio so the preview exhibition he did seemed to be more about building some buzz and giving a small teaser about the coming collection. I will try and collate the info I have been able to get and post it here. He has stated that he has essentially created a series of forms for clothing that he is basically going to be iterating on constantly so I guess seeing more of the same he has put out before is not such a surprise. It is a bit disappointing though, but I am holding out hope that because he seems to really enjoy letting narratives govern his design decisions, that we should get some cool flourishes to the basic stuff like his pants etc.
__CB__ There are photos up from the exhibition on Nowfashion, but it's nothing really interesting (at least in the context of this thread?). One shirt and various configurations of the shiva skull bag from his Hooligans/Hindu gods collection a while back. Link here
Some quotes on his current collection and his studio work model -
THE COLLECTION: “My work is centred around a network of ongoing non-seasonal concepts, which we continuously re-visit in order to improve and distil, rather than diffuse. When I generate a new concept or idea, it's not specific to a season.”
FUTURE PLANS: “Finally launching my brand, which aims to question the standardised ways of the industry in terms of creation and communication, by suggesting a new, commercially viable way to retain creative integrity. We refuse to react to the pressure of seasonal thematic 'newness'.”