An early Nineties downtown vibe took center stage at Oak. Drawing inspiration from the fearless attitude of music legends of that time, in particular Sade and Sinéad O’Connor, the brand showed a lineup infused with masculine elements and streetwear influences. Silhouettes were oversized to convey a relaxed, boyish look.
An elongated leather biker jacket, for instance, was paired with maxi shorts, while a raw-cut sleeveless cotton top was worn with cropped carrot trousers. The color palette focused predominantly on a combination of black and white, with the exception of a few items in blue silk and washed denim pieces. The latter included jeans cut voluminously at the hips and a baggy shirt worn over a black bra.