The design-duo Marco Storm Braskov and Rita Canto behind Copenhagen based brand Unsung presented their new Autumn season collection of men's and women's garments. This year's collection name is 'CRASH OVERRIDE' and it's inspired by the style and attitude of a young, sub cultural cyberpunk scene from the mid 1990’s.
What really excited me, then it's the genderless vibe that is assembled in a new contemporary setting. I think designers have managed to capture and develop mid 1990's future cool youth idea. The silhouettes are innovative, while the lines are raw and clean. The showcased outfits will ideally fit modern men and women, who are in love with retro-futurist aesthetic. Personally, I love the way Unsung managed to create new textures through textile and fabrics manipulation and experimentation.
This is a must-try elongated denim jacket in a relaxed fit.
We see a stunning denim jacket worn atop tie-dye washed print tee tucked in relaxed-fit latex black pants.
velvet black jacket with fur collar looks pretty awesome!
Female model appears in tie-dye washed print long-sleeve top with furry cuffs worn underneath denim overalls.
A relaxed fit grey tie-dye washed T-shirt will ideally suit your Lazy Sundays.
OMG! This one is my favorite. We see a statement coat in black white tie-dye washed effect print.
Female model appears in a shiny matte silvery jacket with black fur collar styled with elongated dark blue denim skirt.
Velvet black sweater looks ideal paired with regular fit jeans.
This tie-dye printed coat will ideally fit your everyday essentials.
Matte shiny silvery jacket looks perfect styled with tie-dye top and long denim dark-blue skirt.
Denim overall dress is a perfect update for casual Fridays wear.
Male model looks sophisticated wearing black velvet jacket and wide dark blue denim pants.
This velvet black sweater looks relaxed and functional paired with relaxed-fit jeans.
Yes, I have already mentioned this statement coat. Love it.
An elongated denim topper is a must-try piece. Try it on with latex pants.
Photographer: Thomas Olafsson
Models: Elizabeth Silke (Bornmodels)
Rasmus Stendorph (Diva Models)
MUA & Hair Stylist: Marie-Louise Ridderberg
Sculptures for set: Stukwerk