Following its collaboration with IAB Studio, LMC has returned with its Spring 2020 collection. Presented in a new lookbook, the expansive range includes a bevy of colorful styles inspired by ’70s hippie sensibilities imbued with a slight grunge twist. Featured is an assemblage of light jackets, graphic T-shirts, anoraks, long-sleeves, ripped denim, clean trousers, tie-dyed hoodies, crewnecks and polos, to name a few.
One noteworthy piece is a pair of baggy acid-washed denim, detailed with a long row of rips and cuts. It comes with a boxy straight fit, colored by a rich blue palette and sporadic white splashes. Lightly faded prints of “Lost Management Cities” are subtly stamped along the side of the pants, while loose denim fringes hang from the distressed sections.
Another highlight is a red track jacket, embellished with contrasting black snakeskin prints. The inside of the collars are detailed with the scaly pattern, matching the shoulder panels that run from the front upper chest to the back. Other details like “LMC” branding at the front, bold “Lost Management Cities” at the back, a small black tab, waist pockets and an elastic hem round up the piece. Other garments like the bell-bottom dress pants, acid-dyed shorts, water-repellent zip-up jacket, checkered knit vest, plaid shirt, reconstructed sweater, olive field jacket and tribal-patterned button-up round up the expansive range.
LMC’s Spring 2020 collection will be available at LMC’s website February 5.
View this post on Instagram
In case you missed it, here are the best collections from Copenhagen Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020.