Collaboration has long been a penchant of Luke Meier’s OAMC. From Gimme 5 to its most recent exploration with the Musèe du Louvre, the brand sees each partnership as a way to construct new dialogues with fellow labels, while using the transformative power of fashion to explore the far throes of culture that orbit the industry.
For its latest partnership, OAMC has released a new Peacemaker jacket made with legendary Japanese label, WTAPS. Conceived as a way to breathe new life into vintage and discarded garments, the Peacemaker jacket is made entirely through upcycled materials and features cobranding on the lower back, along with a large ‘Peacemaker’ callout just above and minimalist tag on the front.
Additional highlights include woven drawcords at the cuffs for a relaxed feel. The OAMC x WTAPS Peacemaker jacket is timeless and forward-thinking — a collaborative piece that is limited to just 121 units and will be exclusively available on October 13 at 10am CET at OAMC’s website.
On the topic of collabs, Nordisk and is-ness are set to release a comfy capsule for the frigid months ahead.