Following consecutive collaborations with Musèe du Louvre and WTAPS, Luke Meier’s OAMC presents its Fall/Winter 2022 campaign. The collection revealed earlier this year promotes the marriage between humans and nature, submerging the seasonal range in hues reminiscent of alfresco habitats. As is traditional for OAMC, boxy workwear silhouettes dominate the offering, escorted by clean tailoring and classic frames that speaks to the brand’s functional language.
Captured by photographer Thibaut Grevet, the collection takes flight against eerie oceanic backdrops, breezy florals, and cloudy landscapes. Wool jacquard jackets sport uneven moss-like patterns, reflecting a natural aesthetic found in wildlife settings. Slouchy workwear sets are fashioned with wrist slits in ocean blue tones, plump bombers look to clear skies, and unfinished patchwork knits boast a hand-touched feel.
Coral-toned coats stand alongside nylon variations adorned with exaggerated lapels and stovepipe collars for a sharp finish. OAMC’s soft forms stand firm throughout, completing every uniform with Nappa leather-constructed utility boots, shoes, and gloves accessorized with branded badges.
Take a closer look at OAMC’s FW22 campaign in the gallery above.
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