Australian label Song for the Mute's latest collection is an ode to freely embarking down the road less traveled.

The collection, titled ''Wander'' presents a range of garments fit for the meandering adventurer who moves through life with no destination in mind. It envisages a character freely walking into the unknown by embracing uncertainty through careless exploration.

The deconstructed silhouettes found throughout hint to the freedom of motion one might require on their travels, whilst the frayed hems and earthy tones show the intricate signs of wear and tear that could accumulate during an extended journey.

References to the designer's own personal paths can be found printed throughout the collection, antiquated family images acknowledge their pasts, whilst the printed coordinates of their current studio act as a final homage to the label's present and future.

The collection is currently available for pre-order from Song for the Mute’s online store, with pieces shipping January 15 - February 15, 2018.

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