Roden Gray's OAMC 2017 Spring/Summer Collection Editorial Is Inspired by Isolation

An “examination of morality.”

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OAMC‘s appeal to form and function has always resulted in collections that feature utilitarian construction and artistically-driven themes. For its latest offering, Roden Gray reinterprets creative director Luke Meier‘s pieces, delving into the abstract concept of isolation — the removal of oneself from society, either physically or conceptually, to enable self-examination of morality. The clothing itself manifests this theme through clean, pure silhouettes and construction, neutral color schemes and subtle utilitarian details. Highlighting the collection’s first delivery, the lookbook takes us to a desolate snowscape, offering much room for questions such as: “In the end, what is morally acceptable in desperate conditions?” Check out Roden Gray’s selection of OAMC items here.

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Roden Gray
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Julian Lee
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Jacky Huang

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