If you aren’t au fait with OAMC, then you should be. Since its inception in 2014, the Parisian-Milanese label has become renowned for pushing the boundaries when it comes to both self-expression and high quality, as well as its innovative design techniques.

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Its Re:Work series — which amplifies the brand’s artisanal approach to design through dye, detail, and shape — is a prime example of this, and returns this season bringing with it a selection of ready-made garments that have been deconstructed, tweaked, and reconstructed, and then overdyed for good measure.

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The result? An inherently OAMC utilitarian capsule that has utilized surplus vintage military blankets with camouflage motifs. Pieces like wool liners have been re-shaped, while vintage Swiss military shirts and trousers are adjusted to reveal new relevant forms.

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Captured by Chris Lensz (a fairly apt name for a photographer), Frederik Nystrup-Larsen sports OAMC’s Re:Work collection around his Copenhagen studio in which he reveals his own creative archive.

For OAMC, Re:Work is starting the new year where it left off following a successful 2022 which featured collaborations with the likes of WTAPS, adidas Originals, and fragment, as well as its own military-inspired in-line collections.

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Guided by the standards of old school craftsmanship merged with innovative design techniques, OAMC is almost in a realm of its own. Like I said, if you aren’t au fait with the brand by now, you should be. And, well, now you are. So you’re welcome.

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