MAD Mfg. Looks to the Constantly Adapting for Their Second Collection
Destructive with purpose and utilitarian in ways both familiar yet somehow oddly uncommon, MAD Mfg. continues to be innovative with their second collection fittingly dubbed “From Inside a Snail Shell.”
A commentary on the adaptable being, the range doubles as a reflection of self in some ways with pieces drawing the lines of a silhouette imposing yet deep in complexity. Wide cut pants armor and guise one’s frame, opting for structured shape instead of loose drape across lightwash denim with playful patches, carpenter pants with belted waists, and heavily modified fatigues with loose pouches strung to their front half. Outerwear, acting in synergy, are among the same interseasonal approach as they fit in line to no single season. Their fabrications are equally diverse as the aforementioned, expanding across two-toned make-ups, loose indigo dyed linen, and even grid printed blends. Chore coats lean close to templates, though their contrast stitch embellishments and additional back pockets are of designer Eske Schiralli’s own output; his creativity further fleshes out into form with ribbon patchwork vests, see-through netted tops, trucker jackets, and plenty more.
Grab a full peek at the set right below, and if you’re looking to own a made-to-order piece of your own, head over to madmfg.co right now.