Pakistani Brand Rastah's "Volume IV" Collection Explores the Concept of Identity
Boasting sustainable designs fabricated out of leftover material.
Pakistani streetwear label Rastah is set to release its fourth collection this month dubbed “Volume IV.” Known for producing its garments with leftover fabric, the brand has unveiled new designs influenced by the Pakistani trucking industry lifestyle.
Featuring a selection of outerwear pieces like jackets and hoodies, as well as tees and over-sized shirts, the range boasts a vibrant color palette throughout complemented by distorted graphics and overlays. Further exploring the concept of identity, the collection examines “the tension between our internal and external worlds while bringing to our attention the delusions of our lived experiences,” according to a press release. Take a closer look at the line’s editorial shoot in the gallery above.
- Shayan Sherwani
- Art Direction
- Mustafa Yazdani
- Shammal Qureshi, Toni And Guy
- Aarinda Noor