Distinctly postmodern and exceptionally dark, Damir Doma again shepherds the pack in industrial-structuralist styling with its collection for Spring 2015. Debuting on its home turf during the presently ongoing fashion week, the Paris-based fashion house incorporates sharp lines into draping shirts and jackets. These pieces are paired with slim, utility-driven trousers or cropped shorts, many of which are tied together by flaps at the upper thigh. In typical fashion, the range also sticks to a dark color palette comprised of blacks, brown-beige, greys and off-whites, which only further underlines the brand’s interest in symmetry and construction. Check out the collection here and look for it to arrive at select retailers toward the end of the year.