Ottolinger has dropped new statement pieces from its eclectic Spring/Summer 2020 lineup. The Berlin-based label is the brainchild of design duo Christa Bösch and Cosima Gadient, who have been enlivening their creations with intricate deconstruction. Featuring a set of acid-washed denim, this time around, the new pieces are no exception — oversized jacket and pants.
Both garments have been treated with a dark wash that’s accented with light fades around the seams. The jacket boasts a large, boxy fit with a slightly elongated hemline. It comes with black gunmetal buttons, complemented by thick seams that run parallel to the central closure. Two geometric chest pockets are placed at the upper body, followed by side-entry pockets at the waist. A black tag appears at the back of the collar, while textured frays at the hem round up the details of the piece. The pants sport an asymmetrical design. Its deconstructed waist has been given a tilted construction that’s balanced out by overlapping swatches. Furthermore, the pants’ cut has been shifted slightly to the left, placing what would be the right side seam on the center of the right leg, while the left seam appears on the back of the left leg.
Ottolinger’s oversized denim jacket and pants are currently available on LN-CC’s website for $553 USD.
For more from Ottolinger, check out the label’s previous Spring/Summer 2019 collection.