For FW18, OAMC debuted a military-infused collection, with voluminous shapes on coats and shirts evoking the spirit of military and heavy utilitarian outerwear to define the range.

One of the key pieces from the lineup of outerwear is the Ghost Parka, a fashionable interpretation of the classic military jacket. While the silhouette retains its signature profile, the piece has been elevated with a translucent silk to exude a ghost-like shadow effect when worn.

This distinct aesthetic takes cues from artist Ellsworth Kelly and the time he spent in the Ghost Army tactical deception unit during World War II, where he was part of a mass decoys platoon that specialized in confusing enemy troops.

Rendered in colors of white, light khaki and olive, you can find this standout piece at OAMC stockists and online now.

In related news, OAMC's SS19 was next-level minimalist. Our designated shopping section features products that we love and want to share with you. Highsnobiety has affiliate marketing partnerships, which means we may receive a commission from your purchase.

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