Pandemic-fueled introspection led Schiller to contemplate his relationship with design and reexamine his own pace of life, resulting in a deeply personal offering. “I’d rather be having a glass of wine with my wife at home, than going out clubbing,” said Schiller to Vogue Runway.
In tandem with the pandemic-inspired reset, Schiller’s new collection recaptured the essence of the brand’s first denim collection from 2017, offering a range of denim in a variety of washes, colors, styles and designs. The collection includes blue denim with constellation-like studs, loose-fit denim in a grey colorway with wheat undertones, denim with white marble detailing and more.
Denim jean garments were paired with knitwear, graphic t-shirts, double-breasted blazers, leather outerwear and more. Additional camouflage prints, classic double-breasted blazers and eye-catching footwear introduced a versatile collection that fused ruggedness and refinement.
Expect to see the collection at the top of next year.
In related news, OAMC’s FW21 campaign juxtaposes colors, textures and feelings.