Taken behind a crisp white backdrop, the imagery unmasks hidden details that line some of the pieces, offering a close look at the label’s playful designs. A bevy of deconstructed garments are featured, like the previously seen 5-layered socks, a black turtle neck sweater that acts as a balaclava when unfolded, a white button-up with glow-in-the-dark prints or a red fur jacket, complete with hand-painted graphics.
The red hand-knitted jacquard pullover sweater and black mask knit cap illustrate Doublet’s affinity for injecting notes of humor in the most unlikely ways on cold-weather necessities. Standout pieces include graphic tees that are tightly loaded into a small ball, dispensing at random via toy capsule machine – five variations of graphics are available, but buyers will have to cross their fingers to land on the print they want. This along with other garments like the embroidered tracksuits, billowing corduroy jackets and hand-painted leather gloves shine a light on the label’s uniquely idiosyncratic design ethos.
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