Adynm Atelier last dropped off a lookbook for the Fall/Winter 2019 season, showcasing a number of gender-neutral designs inspired by the ’70s. The Stockholm-based brand is back this month, unveiling a new round of products that evoke a sophisticated sensibility described as ”Stockholm minimalism meeting Beirut contrast.”
Adnym’s latest assortment, entitled “191,” offers elevated classics such as denim pants, trousers, sweaters and crewnecks crafted in high-quality fabrics. Materials such as 100% cotton and 100% linen comprise the bulk of the range, including oversized knit tops, poplin button-downs, and kimono-like henleys. Unconstructed blazers in a checked pattern add a dressier element in the outerwear, while the label’s water-repellant ”Gost” jacket brings in a lightweight and functional option. The earth-toned color palette of khaki, off-white, blue and dirty peach solidifies the conservative aesthetic throughout the mix.
The collection is available to shop now on Adnym’s website, as well as at select stores worldwide.
For more minimalist fashion, check out the “Daily Uniform” collection recently released by Harmony Paris.