The Berlin-based label styled models of all ages in plastic clogs and a variety of relaxed cut clothing, offering plenty of references to militaria and workwear: army-green socks, caps, shirts and trousers appeared alongside revised workshirts, with camouflage hits accenting otherwise understated fleece jackets. Elsewhere, work clothing was exchanged for sweaters bearing patchwork and felted logos alongside words executed in scratchy, jagged embroidery. Another round of looks saw pajama-inspired shirts, pants and coats all crafted from black leather, capped by a leather strapback dress. The expansive range was complemented by an equally capacious spread of accessories, ranging from oversized belts and scarves bearing 032c branding to leather hats and necklace keyholders.
Expect 032c’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection to hit stockists and the brand’s web store later this year. In the meantime, check out our interview with 032c’s founder and Creative Directer of Apparel, respectively, Joerg and Maria Koch.