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BASISBROEK Spring/Summer '19

BASISBROEK Spring/Summer '19

While somewhat of a diffusion of many different influences, BASISBROEK has achieved a range that defies any sense of the word. Surely refined in most regards, the largely unisex label highlights loose cuts, airy fabrics, and an overarching militaristic aesthetic through much of SS19.

Honing in on specific styles with a fine toothed comb, the series of camp collar shirting incorporate elements of more outdoors garments — by way of a ventilating slit along the back — while maintaining a mostly contemporary design. Colors are kept in line with many an earth tone, fitting in seamlessly with much of the outerwear. While some pieces favor smart-leaning styles like blazers and overcoats, their overall silhouettes are modified with a much looser cut than is to be expected. Accessories like waist bags, which find their use as such as well as across the shoulder, tune into a utilitarian vision, complimenting the military vests and long shirts masterfully. Though androgynous in its overall approach, the forthcoming range is surely a set of offerings fit for any individual.

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Human Made Spring/Summer '19

Human Made Spring/Summer '19

CURLY & Co Spring/Summer '19

CURLY & Co Spring/Summer '19