On the black latex “Hogg couture” and “divine delinquents” may be read, words written with metallic studs, in silhouettes marked by rows of sharp spikes, a refined version of the punk is not dead worn by Nina Hagen forty years ago.
Pam Hogg is the glam punk lady, an aesthetics created from two trends which she has perfectly dosed and combined, influenced by the musical culture and its social impact. The a/w 2016-17 collection shows that fidelity to female freedom and irreverence, as well as its defense, emanating provocation and spectacle from the first proposal to the last. Dolly dresses with steampunk style, her softest side, then the 70s rock with flashy velvet jumpsuits and the nod to her muse and friend siouxsie sioux, in braces that strategically cross the bare chest. The body is an instrument of claim for the scottish creator, whose utmost confidence in this idea is reflected in her already iconic bodystockings, continuing on this occasion her own tendency to combine gold and colour in minimum areas, transmitting the theory that the lowest material expression is the biggest form of rebellion and freedom.