Leon Emanuel Blanck makes a debut on our pages with a look at the designer’s 2014 collection. Bursting out of the gates with an unabashedly dark and futuristic aesthetic, the label takes an unorthodox approach to design by molding large, singular pieces of material to the body in its process. The intensive, hand-constructed results are form-fitting, industrially-tinged jackets, trousers and T-shirts – all of which ignore traditional seam work and play nicely with asymmetry in the silhouettes. As such, Leon Emanuel Blanck revels in disproportionate sleeve lengths, contrasting thicknesses in leather, lateral body zippers, etc., adding a level of distinction to each unique piece. Enjoy a look through the latest from the burgeoning label, which can be found at retailers including Atelier New York and Antonioli in Europe.