The Norwegian athleisure label that prides itself on being the "outsider" has begun to slowly embrace the somewhat fickle fashion world of late. Or maybe it's the other way around and Onepiece's own rejection of the high-low distinction is simply now reflected by the wider industry.
Either way, the brand's new FW16 collection, "Night Crawlers," reinforces key themes that run through the label: it celebrates those who live life outside the traditional boundaries of society’s schedule, who invert routine and who live in the moment.
For FW16, Onepiece took that ethos and applied it across a range of subtly subversive pieces. Their fashion-forward, semi-translucent Rain Jacket sits next to the label's alternative take on streetwear staples like the asymmetrical zip-up hoodie, cropped shoulder, front-pocketed tees, as well as sleeker cuts of the brand's stock-in-trade jumpsuits.
Take a look at our exclusive editorial, shot in Highsnobiety's backyard of Berlin's Kotti neighborhood in Kreuzberg, styled by Dogukan Nesanir through the lens of Ruben Jacob Fees, for a closer feel on Onepiece's evolving style. After that cop your favorite pieces direct from Onepiece's online store.
Read our interview with Onepiece's Thomas Adams on how the brand was founded, how selling belt buckle bottle openers helped him start Onepiece, and why the new Rain Jacket is his favorite piece from this new "Night Crawlers" collection.