OAMC's latest collection imagines dresswear with utilitarian details, shown on the runway at Paris Fashion Week.

Re-shaping formal menswear, the brand starts with classic silhouettes, then codes them with technical language like modular accessories, idenfication badges, dimensional pocketing and SWAT-inspired details. Italian and Japanese fabrics, both natural and synthetic, were custom made, dyed, and finished for the presentation, complimented by responsibly sourced shearling, leather, and down feathers.

Referential symbology also comprises a big part of the collection's ethos, manifesting through occult graphics like the death-head moth, owl, and skull, all symbols of secret societies, used in print, knit jacquard, and jewelry respectively.

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