WACKO MARIA has delivered its Fall/Winter 2020 lookbook. Following its eclectic SS20 range, the Tokyo imprint has amped up its seasonal offerings with an explosion of wild animal prints, supple fabrics, quirky Rat Fink graphics and ’50s-inspired silhouettes.
The collection includes garments like leopard-pattern fur jackets, velvet crewnecks, polka-dot button-ups, knit sweaters, plaid cardigans, pleated trousers, military-inspired parkas, snazzy blazers, flight jackets and graphic T-shirts, to mention a few. Besides WACKO MARIA’s signature design cues, like leopard patterns and tattoo-inspired motifs, one noteworthy piece sports a design that’s new to the label — a knit sweater that features Rat Fink artwork, a character conceived by artist Ed “Big Daddy” Roth as a satirical anti-hero to Mickey Mouse. Depicted with a sinister expression, while resting on a skull, the RF artwork is placed at the center of the garment, complemented by a small patch logo at the lower-left corner. Other pieces like the black leather blazer, wool trench coat, collaborative Dickies chore coat, western-style button-ups, graphic tees and silk ’50s-style suits round off the expansive assemblage.
Though no release dates have been revealed, scroll through the gallery above for an early look at WACKO MARIA’s Fall/Winter 2020 collection — prices have yet to be confirmed.
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