Last week, Daniel Lee decided to show his next collection in the industrial town of Detroit, after skipping between London and Berlin as show locations over the last few seasons. Editors, stylists, and even a few other designers such as Peter Do, were flown out to the Motor City, where prior to show, they enjoyed a culture tour that made stops at the mid-century Hawkins Ferry House in Grosse Pointe; the world’s first and only techno museum, Exhibition 3000; and the studio of furniture designer Chris Schanck.

Held at Detroit's Michigan Theatre, an old nightclub that became a parking garage in 1976 after office tenants threatened to leave unless they received adequate parking, the British creative director's latest collection had a sportier feel. Athletic fabrics were used for '60s halterneck dresses and tennis whites were made in a way to imitate the house signature intrecciato motif; proving that Lee can make styles that are inherently distant from the Italian fashion house seem almost natural. With those sort of capabilities, who knows what Daniel has next up his sleeve.

Watch the SS22 show above.

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