Paria Farzaneh debuted a series of beige and brown goods for Spring/Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week: Men’s, emboldening khaki-hued pieces with heavy usage of paisley. A traditionally Persian pattern, paisley figures heavily into Farzaneh’s latest release, creating a dense blend of shapes across earth-toned shorts, pullovers, jackets, parkas and short-sleeved shirts.
Layering pieces and trousers feature relaxed cuts, creating oversized silhouettes that match boxy T-shirts and button-ups, all executed in lightweight cottons for maximum summer weather comfort. A host of outdoorsy staple pieces, like anoraks and parkas are reimagined with patterned panels juxtaposed against portions of plain white or khaki fabric, replacing the technical detailing with ornate patterns.
These goods match various patterned accessories, like Converse, bucket hats and shoulder bags, creating a cohesive seasonal wardrobe. Fārsi script covers a selection of tees, which include a reimagining of an old Iranian stamp design, solidifying the blend of contemporary and heritage design.
Expect the new range to arrive hit Paria Farzaneh’s web store and stockists next year.
For more from London Fashion Week, check out PRIVATE POLICY’s punk and grunge-inflected collection.