La­bel lover


Hong Kong Tatler - - | Style News -

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.

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