An Irrational Element, the emerging sustainable clothing brand based in the Netherlands, has presented its “005” collection for Fall/Winter 2019. Following its recent Paris Fashion Week presentation of the upcoming “006” SS20 collection, “005” delivers a selection of Japanese, English and Italian fabric constructed pieces for the colder months ahead, all produced in the label’s family-owned factory in Ukraine.
The label prides itself on its attention to detail and ethical background, producing natural garment tags which are hand stamped by the company. Its core values include multidisciplinarity and openness, and as a result, the brand references everything from photography and skateboarding to nature and poetry within its pieces.
For FW19, An Irrational Element taps the great outdoors for its collection of outwear and heavy layering pieces, utilizing a palette of greens, browns and blues. Its white corduroy pants reference the brand’s skating influence, coming with a raw cut hem, whereas pieces such as a thick, plaid Harrington jacket and a heavy grey funnel-neck knits are Winter-ready.
Take a look at the collection in the gallery above and shop the pieces on the An Irrational Element website and select stores in Japan and South Korea.
In other news, Public School is supplying a line of sustainable V-to basics to the fashion industry following its CFDA + Lexus Fashion Initiative award win.