C2H4 Serves Up Multitudes of Pockets & Revamped Air Force 1s for FW18

“System of Carbon” takes cues from circuit boards.

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Los Angeles’ C2H4 returns for Fall/Winter 2018 with “System of Carbon.” The selection centers around technical layers and futuristic prints primarily executed in neutral tones, interspersed with occasional bursts of color.

Bright red, orange or blue graphics accent parkas, hoodies and shirts, occasionally appearing in tandem, like on a vest that showcases a graphic directly inspired by the collection’s main influence: circuit boards. External garment tags, draping straps, 3D zippered pouches, adjustable pull tabs, thigh-mounted bags and a transformable hoodie/scarf add extra functionality to the comfort-minded looks. Laceless Air Force 1s and tall socks, both emblazoned with thematic digital imagery, complement the branded headbands, bucket hats, puffer jackets and long parkas in lending an air of comfort to the proceedings, blending the cyber technicality with human comfort.

Shop the new collection when it hits C2H4’s website today.

Elsewhere, the technical wares of Arc’teryx Veilance FW18 were showcased in a HAVEN editorial.

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