Uniform experiment’s recently dropped Autumn/Winter 2019 collection features contemporary takes on cornerstone military classics, is now available at select retailers.
Developed by SOPHNET's Hirofumi Kiyonaga and Fragment Design's Hiroshi Fujiwara, Uniform Experiment began unsurprisingly as an experiment in men's clothing.
The label is a contemporary take on the ‘uniform’ aesthetic introducing graphics, materials and colours to utilitarian apparel.
The recently dropped AW 2019 collection breaks from existing rules in menswear with a drop heavily influenced by staple military silhouettes like the MA-1 bomber, cargo pants, crewnecks, vests, anoraks, and beanies.
One military-inspired highlight of the collection is a parka with two front pockets, satin lining, and dual zippers.
The palette of the collection is unmistakably military in nature with military hues of navy, blacks, sage green, and greys.
Completing the collection are a range of accessories including hats, gloves and COBRA® quick-release belts.
Check out the lookbook in the gallery below.
The collection was also showcased in a promotional video filmed in East London below.