Take a Sneak Peek at Necessity Sense's Fall/Winter 2018 Collection
Focusing on oversized, deconstructed silhouettes.
Necessity Sense presents a first look at their latest Fall/Winter 2018 collection. The editorial imagery titled “Interrupted Spaces” showcases oversized, deconstructed silhouettes. The label which originally launched back in 2015 “aims to impact beyond garments by storytelling.”
Shot by John Clayton Lee in Paris, the brand’s range focuses on an androgynous take on well-cut, layered looks. The tailored pieces include extra-large blazers and ultra-long trousers. The brand’s relaxed design cues are also evident in the sleeveless zip-up sweater, leather layered garments, hoodies and ties. Additionally, in the realm of accessories, we also see leather crossbody pouches and silver-tone necklaces.
Check out the lookbook in the gallery above. Stay tuned here for an official release date. Head to the Necessity Sense’s website for a full list of its stockists.
If you’re on the hunt for more unisex apparel, check out Filling Pieces’ latest ready-to-wear collection.
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