Following its disassembly and assembly-focused Fall/Winter 2019 range, standout South Korean label POST ARCHIVE FACTION (PAF) is back with its Spring/Summer 2020 collection.
Expanding on its process in design through an in-depth study of its growing archive, the simply named “3.0” collection is centered around a representation of the broken, a reflection of physical and emotional fractures humans can suffer.
The progressive garments builds on the label’s established design language, marked by a striking supportive headwear item that leads into the head and neck obscuring hoods found on outerwear. Standout items include splayed panel raincoats, workwear suits marked with fracture points, frayed panel tracksuit sets available in expressive combinations, cocoon-like light jackets and exposed knee pants.
Check out the lookbook above and head over to POST ARCHIVE FACTION’s official website to learn more about the “3.0” SS20 collection releasing soon.
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