Collaboration has lengthy been a penchant of Luke Meier’s OAMC. From Gimme 5 to its most up-to-date exploration with the Musèe du Louvre, the Canadian imprint sees every partnership as a method to assemble new dialogues with fellow labels, whereas utilizing the transformative energy of style to discover the far throes of tradition that orbit the trade.
For its newest partnership, OAMC has launched a brand new Peacemaker jacket made with legendary Japanese label, WTAPS. Conceived as a method to breathe new life into classic and discarded clothes, the Peacemaker jacket is made completely by upcycled supplies and options cobranding on the decrease again, together with a big ‘Peacemaker’ callout simply above and minimalist tag on the entrance.
Extra highlights embody woven drawcords on the cuffs for a relaxed really feel. The OAMC x WTAPS Peacemaker jacket is timeless and forward-thinking — a collaborative piece that’s restricted to only 121 items and might be completely accessible on October 12 at OAMC’s website.
On the subject of collabs, Nordisk and is-ness are set to release a comfy capsule for the frigid months ahead.