Ground Zero Fall/Winter 2018 Reinterprets the Ordinary Wardrobe

“No-frills” frills.

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Ground Zero has unveiled its Fall/Winter 2018 collection lookbook, which sees more of the label’s subversive anti-fashion style. This season, brothers/design duo Philip and Eri Chu reinterpret ordinary wardrobe pieces of the past with oversized fits, tongue-in-cheek witticisms and scribble motifs that speak to today’s trends. The range features denim pieces, bombers, racer jackets, anoraks, trenches and more casual staples in super-sized proportions and a lived-in aesthetic.

Flip through the lookbook above and for more voluminous gear, check out C2H4’s second “ZERO GRAVITY” release.

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