Inspired by the works of photographer Lewis Baltz, who is known for his black-and-white images of industrial buildings and desolate landscapes, Emiko Sato and Takeshi Kitazawa turned out a Dressedundressed fall collection full of tailored minimalism. The androgynous looks, from slim suits and wide-legged pants to coats in a variety of styles, were simple and modern with a touch of slouchy ease.

 

 

Given the label’s unisex aesthetic, the design duo dressed both male and female models in terry rompers, jumpsuits with tuxedo stripes down the legs and close-cut button-down shirts. The palette — similar to that of Baltz’s photos in shades of black, navy, white, beige and gray — was sombre, even on a series of paint-splattered coats, jeans and shirts. The pattern, applied to dark blue fabrics, called to mind the night sky, but also had an edgy energy.

By  on March 19, 2015

Inspired by the works of photographer Lewis Baltz, who is known for his black-and-white images of industrial buildings and desolate landscapes, Emiko Sato and Takeshi Kitazawa turned out a Dressedundressed fall collection full of tailored minimalism. The androgynous looks, from slim suits and wide-legged pants to coats in a variety of styles, were simple and modern with a touch of slouchy ease.

 

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