Milan-based GALL is one of the most technically-experimental labels in the industry right now. American designer Justin Gall pulls no punches when it comes to applying out-of-the-box processes to create his progressive pieces. New fabric treatments, abstract dyes, modular details and clever graphic applications have become the imprint’s signature calling cards and Spring/Summer 2021 expands on these design elements.
SS21 echoes today’s isolationist themes given the world’s current fight against the coronavirus. Protection looks to be key in the range with various ways to adjust, close or wear some of the pieces. There are angular zips, pull strings for cinching as well as convenient packing options. The outerwear is truly exceptional given GALL’s ability to color-dye fabrics in the most eye-catching earth tones. Additionally, adjustable and modular pocket designs deliver easy storage and overall functionality.
The line is made up of jackets, trousers, hoodies and more. For fabrics, the brand utilizes bio-organic raw cottons and linens which are colored with organic vegetable, fruit, and tea compounds. Recycled nylons are used for some of the outerwear which also adds to GALL’s sustainable appeal.
Check out the entire collection above. In other fashion news, check out KUON’s patchwork-rich SS21 collection.