Helmut Lang presented its Fall/Winter 2019 show during New York Fashion Week in February, and now the brand has released an additional capsule under the collection as a part of its ongoing artist collaborations. This time around, multimedia artist Josephine Meckseper is spotlighted in a series of hand-painted pieces, referencing the brand’s three-striped trucker jacket from the ’90s as inspiration.
The assortment features three styles including a T-shirt, a pair of jeans and a denim jacket. Meckseper has reinterpreted the original 1997 design of the trucker, using a screen-printing technique in order to give the striped layout a three-dimensional treatment for a contemporary feel. The special red and black pattern has then been stamped along each item, marking the front of the tee, the back of the jacket and the cuffs of the pants with the unique print.
The limited-edition capsule ranges in price from $195 USD to $460 USD, and is available to shop now in-store and on Helmut Lang’s website.
For more fashion from the label, take a look at its new Resort 2020 lookbook.