For New York Fashion Week Men's, Los Angeles based brand, C2H4, presented two collections for 2018: The Chemist and Potential of Ego.
The "Chemist" collection is a two-tone collection comprised of functional garments which highlight the designer's signature silhouettes. Featured products in the collection include an MA-1 bomber, Lab Coat and Cargo pants.
For the "Potential Ego" collection, C2H4 partnered with Japanese label Number (N)ine. The idea behind the collection was to repurpose and reintroduce the "Rock" attire and style of self-expression.
Merging ideation from the Number (N)ine grunge-rock aesthetic, C2H4 reconstructed their signature silhouettes: MA-1 bomber, lab coat and cargo pants, and paid homage to the N(N) heritage with new pieces including a guitar case backpack and white leather jacket.
Key models include Bloody Osiris and Jesse Rutherford, and none other than Jaiden Smith rocked the brand's pieces on the Grammy Awards red carpet last week.
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