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Brand: OAMC

Season: FW19

Key Pieces: The entire line is solid, but the notable standouts are the outerwear offerings like jackets with prints and patterns, as well as the range of knitwear detailed with intricate motifs. The brand's newest footwear silhouettes made in conjunction with adidas are also a focal point.

Editor's Notes: After showcasing a next-level minimalist SS19 presentation, designer Luke Meier now unveils OAMC's FW19 collection during Paris Fashion Week Men's.

While maintaining his signature minimalist aesthetic, Meier injected references of the ’90s, ranging from the music scene in Vancouver and Seattle during that era to artist Matthew Barney’s exhibition at New York’s Guggenheim, as well as a tribute to musician and artist Daniel Johnston.

Encompassing a bevy of outerwear, knitwear, shirts, bottoms, accessories and footwear, the lineup of apparel are executed in relaxed fits through voluminous shapes. The aforementioned inspirational references are implemented as graphics and prints on a number of tees, knits and sweats, while patterns such as plaids provide another touch of vibrance to the clean aesthetic that is rendered in a color palette of grey, navy, beige, white, green and blue.

Furthermore, the other main focus of the collection is directed at the footwear silhouettes designed with adidas. One style consists of a low-top sneaker detailed with a mid-foot strap, that takes cues from the Pacific Northwest climbing culture as well as the purity of medical materials. Additionally, a tactical boot defined by a lacing closure wrapping over a soft upper, reminiscent of northern boot design, solidifies the notable footwear offerings.

If you like what you see, head on over to OAMC's website now for info and availability.

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