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[UPDATE] December 5, 2018 12:43 p.m. EST Random Identities has tapped filmmaker Matt Lambert for a new short film exploring the intimate notions of identity. The visual offers a better look at the blend of individuals who collectively serve as inspiration to Stefano Pilati and his new label.

You can watch the Prologue by Matt Lambert underneath.

Read our original post below.

Former Creative Director of Yves Saint Laurent, Stefano Pilati, has launched his new Berlin-based label, Random Identities.

The collection, which Pilati refers to as “protective wear”,  borrows from some of the style codes of Berlin’s club kids – shiny black bombers, and military-inspired silhouettes – while focusing on a mixture of soft and secure fabrics such as nylon and twill. Speaking to SSENSE about the conception of the new label, Pilati explains:

“Random stands for the randomness of existence, and Identities stands as a response to that randomness. The two terms define the space where people can identify themselves not with trends, but with personality, function, quality, and design. But above all, a confidence in integrating new codes indicative of the gender shift we are witnessing.”

To celebrate the launch of the collection, Pilati worked on a special installation at Dover Street Market New York, where you can buy items from the debut collection exclusively in-store. Check out the installation and garments on display on the mezzanine below.

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Words by Max Grobe
Associate Fashion Editor
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