Martine Rose and Farah have teamed up for a concise range of bold Spring/Summer 2020 styles. The two British labels have taken design cues from the past, enlivening retro-inspired concepts with garments like massive trousers, an indigo-dyed chore coat, and crisp button-ups.
One noteworthy piece is a billowing pair of trousers that come in a rich hazel brown palette. The piece is mainly slim at the waist but expands significantly towards the hemline. It sports subtle pleating, twin waist pockets and a light, breezy texture for extra breathability for warm summer days. Another highlight is a color-blocked half-zip knit sweater. Complete with raised collars, the uppermost section of the garment is set in heather gray, followed by a thick navy panel and thin white stripes. At the bottom of the piece, “Martine Rose” and “Farah” co-branding are emblazoned in a grid-like pattern, offsetting the clean, minimal look of the upper parts. Other pieces like the baggy gray trousers, wine-colored V-neck sweater and skinny denim pants round up the concise assemblage.
Though no exact release dates have been revealed yet, scroll through the gallery above for an early look at the upcoming capsule.
For more from Martine Rose, check out the label’s quirky bug-eye and cat-eye sunglasses.