DOE has unveiled its Fall/Winter 2020 lookbook, showcasing a series of baggy layers enlivened by rich textures and graphics. The new collection’s design narrative is an extension of SS20’s “BOUNDARY” concept, which aims to reflect a barrier-free world.
The collection includes a concise assemblage of coach jackets, graphic long-sleeves, oversized button-ups, lightly tailored trousers, embroidered hoodies and sweatpants, to mention a few. Pieces like the brown velvet track jacket and its matching pants showcase an affinity for modernizing streetwear staples, while garments like the corduroy shirt and short-sleeve button-up offer a more refined aesthetic to the lineup. One noteworthy piece is an olive parka, built with a sleek weatherproof shell. It comes with a protective storm hood, followed by a large flap pouch at the back —reflective “DOE” branding completes the details of the garment. Other pieces like logo hoodies, mock neck sweaters, crewnecks and accessories like six-panel hats and beanies round off the concise range.
Though no official release dates have been revealed, scroll through the gallery above for an early look at DOE’s Fall/Winter 2020 collection — prices have yet to be revealed.
In case you missed it, check out LMC’s 90s-inspired FW20 collection.