P.A.M. Explores Poetry and Motion in SS22 Collection

Featuring embroidered poems and Emma Kohlmann’s watercolor paintings.

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Melbourne-based P.A.M, Perks and Mini, founded by Shauna Toohey and Misha Hollenback has released its Spring/Summer 2022 “Poetry and Motion” collection.

The latest collection draws inspiration from poetry, mostly haiku by Basho, that Shauna and Misha read over lockdown, which explains apparel adorned with embroidered poems. The syllables that speak deeply about connections with nature manifested into the picture of a couple walking through nature. Thus came the accompanying concept of “motion” and the range’s corresponding performance fabrics, progressive graphics, and wobbly lines. The garments also see watercolor paintings by the artist Emma Kohlmann. Together, these ideas brought about M4RPI, a character that moves through the dreamscape imagined by P.A.M.

The lineup with figurative designs comprises a velour singlet top and flared pant set, convertible pants and shorts with removable panels, long sleeve and cropped polo tops, mock neck tops and dresses, microgrid jackets, and more. In addition, accessories such as crochet pouches handmade by the Paris-based brand par cielle, P.A.M. Spiral items like earrings and a baseball cap, and keyrings and necklaces are among this season’s offerings.

The P.A.M. SS22 Poetry and Motion collection is now available via HBX, the P.A.M. official online store and stockists worldwide.

In case you missed it, Human Made dropped its “DOG” Capsule and a reversible jacket among new items on HBX.

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