VIER and Taro Horiuchi‘s eponymous label th have reunited for a bold new set of pieces for Spring/Summer 2020. Following their graphic-heavy collaboration from two years ago, the two entities are back with yet another print-driven project, this time in the form of a monochromatic coat and pants to match.
Both pieces are embellished with a grisly black and white print, depicting expressive splashes of white paint all over. The coat boasts an elongated fit that extends past the knees with extra room around the torso and arms. Tonal black snap buttons accompany the raised collars, followed by a long central flap that conceals the inner zipper. As a final touch, twin flap pockets are placed at the waist, complemented by a small VIER patch logo that’s detailed with a light sketch of the city of Antwerp, where VIER is based in. The matching pants are slightly baggy, refined with a semi-cropped hemline. It comes with adjustable drawstrings at the waist, two pockets and the same logo seen on the aforementioned coat, placed just under the left pocket.
The VIER x th Graphic Print coat and trousers are currently available on Browns’ website for $605 USD and $305 USD, respectively.
In case you missed it, here’s a look at VIER and Sebago’s collaborative take on the Cityside and Campside silhouettes.