Doublet SS19's Avant-Garments Test the Boundaries of Wearable Clothing

A new editorial gets up close with the new goods.

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Canada’s 017 serves up a closer look at Doublet’s wildly inventive Spring/Summer 2019 goods. Ranging from eye-grabbing imagery to cleverly-packaged clothes, the collection is easily one of the season’s most ingenious.

Doublet’s packaging alone underlines the quiet brilliance of the designs: tees are sealed into ramen containers and pressed into the shape of hangers, requiring only a bit of hot water to unfold into a Katherine Hamnett-style slogan shirt. 3D graphics on stadium jackets and silk denim vests create dynamic visuals that shift based on the viewer’s angle — 3D glasses are transformed into sunglasses to complete the effect. Elsewhere, Doublet’s signature Chaos Embroidery appears across track suits and hoodies, even appearing in transparent form across a semi-opaque bomber.

Shop the collection now via 017’s web store and Vancouver outpost.

For more wares from progressive Japanese brands with names that start with the letter D, check out the latest from DAIRIKU and Digawel.

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