White isn't a colour I usually invest in; with it blindingly haunting and reflecting the snow chill of Winter, I also struggle to get enough grit and texture out of the pallete. Maybe I'm just stuck in childhood eyes, when white would entail a shapeless tent of a t-shirt that drowned me and screamed a lack of imagination with a simple sport tick or logo nervously hiding on it. But my 'vegas gambling' ways on the ebay slotmachine landed me with some vintage tops from the poptastic Dexter Wong. His aesthetics electrified the 90's club kids scene, putting a cocktail of psychadelic drug colours and sci-fi designs into the nightclub crowd. I love the white top below which feels like frozen silk structure from space, with sharp triangle teasing panels of mesh that look like barbed wire. With this playful pop, I guess I've realised that white can work with my style when structure is embodied rather than texture. I've also featured some unconventional ways with white below from Braille and Neil Barrett. The poncho looks like a parachuting concord, and the trousers look like the inside of a lava lamp; absolutely magical to the eye. And seeing as I'm on the Dexter Wong dancefloor, one of his iconic spikey jumpers had to be embedded, showing that his sci-fi structure works across all the colour spectrums.