Russian label Cloudburst often channels anime and similar sources of inspiration for its infrequent, tech-centric collections, and its latest range is no exception. A varied assortment of functional staples are remixed with a graphic bent, transforming function-focused garments into proper statement pieces.
Streaky, watercolor-like layers of color grace the shell of a lightweight cargo coat, while a pullover parka boasts 3M-inflected accents for bold visual impact — these unmissable accents accompany garments that are equally impressive in design. For instance, the former coat features zippered sleeves for customizable access and a wrinkled metallic silver hood, easily stowable.
The latter parka, also available in a black and red membrane iteration, is rich with enormous, easy-to-reach pockets so as to ensure the wearer maximum storage, angled so as to spread the weight across the body. Relaxed, printed pants and computer chip-inspired jewelry reinforce Cloudburst’s futuristic implications.
Look for the new goods to arrive on Cloudburst’s website shortly.
For more upgraded utilitarian designs, check out Japanese imprint MEANSWHILE’s Spring/Summer 2020 offering.