fragment design and OAMC first teamed up in 2020 and are now ready to relaunch it with a vintage-tinged second collection. Comprised of half a dozen pieces – each produced in “melon”, “carbon” and black – the offerings feature custom fragment design / OAMC graphics and overdyed details that have been achieved through a natural dyeing process . In short, it’s a clever combination of Hiroshi Fujiwara’s instantly recognizable trademark and Luke Meier’s flair for compelling shades.
OAMC’s signature quilted cotton-poplin lining is present, and it’s paired with an updated vintage US Army snow parka. Along with the outerwear, there are also loose-fitting hoodies and crewnecks in ultra-premium Italian cotton, as well as a co-branded t-shirt duo. A variety of floral-inspired achievements are also used for each item. Where the first collection of the two featured oversized “PEACEMAKER” graphics, this effort tones down (slightly) the embellishment to draw more attention to the unique dye patterns used and the luxurious textures of its fabrics.
You can expect the fragment design x OAMC collection to release via the OAMC online store and the London outpost of Dover Street Market on September 29 at 10:00 CET.
For more on the collaborative world, take a look at the latest effort between Patta and New Balance: a co-branded 990v3 inspired by family values.