Riffing off the utilitarian design codes of army surplus uniform, the capsule arrives in a medley of olive-toned garments characterized by boxy cuts. Silhouettes like M-65 jackets, BDU pants and ’60s-style type-3 field shirts have been refined with nuanced details like single-stitched seams and tapered waistlines. One highlight is the WMILL-65 Jacket, lined with a delicate nylon satin. The jacket features flap pockets at the chest and above the hem, epaulets at the shoulders and a hood hidden inside the raised collar. To finish off the piece, the base fabric has been fortified with tightly quilted batting to prevent fraying. WTAPS’ signature “MILL” (UNIFORMS) logo has sewn at the back of every garment as a final touch to the capsule.
Scroll through the images above for a look at WTAPS’ latest FW19 “MILL” (UNIFORMS) lookbook and head over to wtaps.com to see more.