Relics of the Desert Inspire Professor.E' SS20 Collection

Continuing its narrative-driven design.

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Building on its established design storyline lauded Taiwanese label Professor.E developed its Spring/Summer 2020 collection centered around relics of the desert.

Exploring images and symbols related to the synonymous exotic realm, Professor.E assembled a new array of patterns to accent its latest evocative garments. The collection revealed through a scene-setting editorial is defined by impeccably spliced construction, reversible wear design and hits of bright color. Breaking from its usual tones, Professor.E also utilized pink to deliver a touch of refreshing contrast this season. Rounding up the range are detail-rich accessories which include cufflinks, waist chains, bags and more.

Take a look at the editorial above and shop some of the SS20 collection on Professor.E’s website now.

For more contemporary fashion, a CCTV-inspired lookbook spotlights IISE’s SS20 collection.

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