oqLiq’s 2017 Fall/Winter Collection Makes Use of an Intriguing Mix of Fabrics

From oyster shell composites and materials recovered from plastic bottles.

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Revered Taiwanese imprint oqLiq looks ahead to the upcoming 2017 fall/winter season with a collection strong on signature outerwear. With textile choice sitting high atop the priority list, an intriguing mix of fabrics — oyster shell composites and materials recovered from plastic bottles — were called upon to help construct many of the lineup’s pieces. Standout items include the olive-hued kimono style jacket, the bandana-printed hoodie, not to mention the wide assortment of top coats. Proving a comprehensive range ideal for the impending seasonal shift, oqLiq’s latest offering does well to play into both form and function.

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