This week at Copenhagen International Fashion Fair (CIFF), Danish brand MUF10 debuted its Spring/Summer 2020 collection, titled “ID-Crisis.” For the inspiration behind the collection, the brand cites its own definition of crisis: “Crisis are unstable situations for an individual, a group or society. Usually they occur with no warning, are negative and change the current reality. Crises leave people, societies and even countries in disorder, left to never to be the same again.”
Echoing off of the chaotic nature of crisis, “ID-Crisis” features a variety of unorthodox layering combinations, including two different denim jackets merged together as one through a hole in the left sleeve, double-waisted pants, a vest layered over a trench coat and a body suit placed atop contrasting-colored biker shorts. To complete each look, models walked the runway wearing flip-flops with socks.
View the full “ID-Crisis” collection in the slideshow above, and keep an eye out for a release on MUF10’s website soon.
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