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15 October 2015 | News
Throughout Dr Martens history, the brand has been adopted and subverted by countless rebellious characters, subcultures and tribes. These are the people who stand out from the crowd in their own unique way, and for many, their journey of self expression has always been accompanied by a pair of Dr Martens.
Dr Martens celebrates these free thinking individuals from first time wearers to those who have been with the brand forever.
For AW15, Dr Martens have collaborated with Sir John Soane’s Museum on arguably Hogarth’s most famous series “A Rake's Progress” to create a capsule collection.
William Hogarth was an English painter, printmaker and social critic born in the 17th Century. His work draws on London’s unique communities to show its vibrant and diverse urban culture.
For me, the Hogarth collection emulates everything about Dr Martens and their quirky followers, which makes the AW15 collection even more special. As always, they reflect the highly skilled craftsmanship required for the making of every Dr Martens product.
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Posted by Mike Small.