Luke Meier and his OAMC imprint have once again been thrust into the sartorial spotlight with a brand new collection to bring forth. The luxury label has enjoyed a busy start to 2020 thus far, having wrapped up its Paris Fashion Week showcase, while simultaneously unveiling its collaborative footwear range with adidas. Next up for the Parisian-based brand is a joint venture alongside Hiroshi Fujiwara’s fragment design studio. Together, the pair devised a seven-piece capsule that artistically gives rise to both, sporty and military sensitivities.
OAMC’s vintage Peacemaker liner is met with a surplus M-65 field jacket, printed crewneck, fleece hoodie and cotton pullovers. Each piece is underscored by a co-branded emblem, featuring OAMC’s “PEACEMAKER” stamp placed alongside fragment design’s iconic lightning bolt insignia. Elsewhere, a surplus Swiss Army bottle—complete with its own fulfilling backstory—is thrown in as the offering’s lone accessory. Original pieces from a Swiss Army Volcano Stove were sourced to help fashion the rustic drinking tool.
It’s important to note that a percentage of the proceeds will make its way to Charity: Water, a non-profit organization providing clean and safe drinking water to those in developing countries. The collaborative fragment design x OAMC collection is now available for purchase via OAMC’s web store.
In case you missed it earlier, the famed banana and duct tape “Comedian” piece is being made into a T-shirt.