Sean Barron and Jamie Mazur are focused on upcycled sustainable fashion. The designers added categories to the movement since launching with reworked Levi’s. For resort, they introduced recycled/upcycled blazers with shoulder pads that were reshaped and retailored. “It’s the idea of taking your dad’s favorite blazer and giving it a recycled/upcycled moment with fashion. It’s almost like an ode to [Azzedine] Alaïa because it’s all corseted,” Barron said at a preview.
Other highlights included a collaboration on puffers with emerging brand Ienki Ienki, cashmere sweaters in an assortment of colors and cropped styles and stretch corduroy. A shearling jacket with animal ears on the hood was effortlessly cool. On the denim front, the designers introduced stretch fits to select styles, like their high-rise Stove Pipe. Though Re/Done isn’t a “themed brand,” they integrated Western elements with subtlety. The company also launched accessories, such as hats that play on the Re/Done logo with rainbow colors, beanies with the brand’s white stripe on the back and athletic socks.