Ever since Nigerian-born British dressmaker Duro Olowu launched his eponymous label in 2004, his aesthetic has remained remarkably constant. Recognized for his use of coloration and sample, Olowu additionally favors the sharply tailor-made silhouettes of his multicultural 1970s upbringing, together with fitted jackets, precision-cut wide-leg trousers, billowing capes and kimonos, and intricately reduce but liberating clothes with hemlines beneath the knee — all rendered in vivid and unusually juxtaposed materials, patterns, and textures.