DOE Goes People-Watching in Shanghai for FW21

Apparel for all ages.

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For Fall/Winter 2021, DOE continues its theme of “Shapeless, Like Water,” inspired by Bruce Lee‘s iconic quote.

The brand explores the similarity of water and time, both of which exist between invisible flows. In every age, there are people who are not defined by traditional laws, and have been dipped in the river of time but have always maintained themselves. The lookbook presents portraits of individuals in Shanghai of all ages who choose to express themselves fully despite generational current trends.

Featured clothing items include washed denim shirts and jeans, printed T-shirts, workwear jackets, heavy cotton hoodies, patterned shirts, and rainjackets. This season saw the introduction of a variety of new fabrics to pay tribute to classic design languages from the past.

Look for the products to be available at DOE retail stores and online. Stay tuned to the DOE Instagram for more information,

In other news, Beyoncé and Jay-Z have been appointed as Tiffany & Co. ambassadors.

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