OAMC‘s Fall/Winter 2018 runway show at Paris Fashion Week was a display of modern grandeur and precise construction. This season, Luke Meier‘s signature minimalism and utilitarian sensibilities translated under a subdued neutral color palette and wide array of textiles.
The runway show’s setting was a quaint hallway with vintage floral wallpaper that brought to mind The Shining‘s iconic twin scene. The collection opened with sculptural beige and greyscale wool outerwear pieces that exhibited OAMC’s masterly tailoring. Heritage menswear elements appeared via check-print suiting and crisp collars, while vibrant touches of blue, red and yellow hues and subtle graphic-prints enlivened the achromatic range. Layering was a focal point of the collection, which utilized diverse textiles that included shearling, quilting, felt-like panels, sheer nylons and clear PVC. Utilitarian influences were softened at the edges, coming by way of polished leather military boots, sheer worker’s jackets, satin bombers and transparent raincoats.
Flip through the photo set above to see the entire OAMC Fall/Winter 2018 collection and let us know your thoughts in the comments. Be sure to follow our Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018 coverage for the latest runway, backstage and street style coverage.