What do skaters wear when they grow up? When they go to work? Do they hit 40 and suddenly decide to don a suit and tie? Not according to former Supreme creative director Luke Meier. However, he certainly believes there’s a gap in the market for clothes that cater to the grown-up Supreme afficionado. Now two seasons in, his line Oamc—over All Master cloth—strikes a wonderful balance between streetwear and more classic menswear design. The latest collection takes inspiration from birds and nature, incorporating the elemental, graphic forms of birds through intarsia bouclé knits, jewellery and print. It’s also heavy on the layering. Real feathers are dotted throughout the clothing and jewellery, and are used to create volume and warmth in down jackets. The theme of flight extends with shearling coats and collars, dog-tag jewellery and ruched seam work reminiscent of the classic nylon MA-1 bomber jacket. The clothes are designed in Paris and made in Italy and Portugal. OAMC proves streetwear is no longer in its adolescence. In fact, it’s all grown up.