Korean designer Ahn Tae-ok has delivered once again with his military-inspired imprint Olive Drab Service for the Spring/Summer 2019 season. Based on accumulated military archives, the up-and-coming designer is furthering his scope surrounding his exploration of fashion. The latest drop sees much of his functionally-driven sensibilities taking hold, relishing in a unique blend of streetwear and military dress.
The latest collection sees a variety of this interplay in full effect – more streetwear-influenced pieces like all-over printed shirts, jackets, trousers, and shorts are showcased against the contrasting outerwear that dons a variety of pockets and utilitarian fabrics. Notable garments include various Fisherman Coats with matching vests that can be worn atop of one another, or by themselves, lightweight two-button Commuter Jackets, loose-fitting Battlefield Pants donning over-hanging fabric, Harrington-styled Spy Jackets, and more.
You can check out the upcoming collection’s lookbook above. The full collection is currently available via the brand’s Never Green Store with prices ranging between ₩209,000 and ₩758,000 KRW (approximately $184 and $668 USD).
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