Luke Meier’s OAMC shook up the runway at Paris Fashion Week with its Fall/Winter 2020 collection, continuing to push the boundaries of technical design with its evolved take on workwear. Aptly reinforcing ts minimalistic pedigree, HYPEBEAST caught a closer look at the brand’s latest backstage, including newly-bolstered outerwear offerings such as oversized trench coats, the brand’s recently unveiled adidas Originals Type-O6 collaboration, tailored shirting, and a bevy of accessories.
Continuing to exude blue-collar hues, OAMC delves into its characteristic armament of elevated workwear — hefty wool trenches, padded liner jackets, and understated shirts mesh alongside a range of headwear and bags, poncho-styled offerings, and more. Loose trousers in neutral tones are further met by vibrant box-toe loafers and the recently-announced adidas Originals Type-O6 collaboration, the latter which can be found in three unique colorways: the inaugural grey colorway, a green iteration, as well as a beige iteration. Standouts from the collection include various tops and outerwear that have been emboldened by vertical stitching throughout, with a variety of printed pieces and knit-textile offerings that look as if cut from antique rugs.
Take a look backstage at OAMC’s Paris Fashion Week FW20 presentation via the gallery above, and keep your eyes peeled for its release at stockists like SSENSE as the collection hits stores in the coming months.
For more backstage content from Paris Fashion Week, take a backstage look at RHUDE’s FW20 range.