Continuing its exploration of workwear codes, founders Benjamin Alexander Huseby and Serhat Isik brought in a greater focus on tailoring and knitwear for the latest season. A reaction to the current political climate of the world, the looks that hit the runway featured an air of defense, a not so subtle protection from what they call “The Modern Dark Ages.”
The stiff protective chainmail tops and embroidered leather gloves were paired with the label’s signature sleek PVC pants accented with motifs done in reclaimed leather. But, the real standout elements of the show were the reworked Norwegian sweaters, blazers and outerwear that reworked recognizable silhouettes and paid homage to traditional textiles.
Check out all the looks from GmbH’s Fall/Winter 2018 presentation above and stay tuned for more of our coverage from Paris Fashion Week Men’s.
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