Designers Hugues Fauchard and Rémi Bats showcased UNIFORME Fall Winter 2021.22 Slow Down collection that was inspired by an idea of Ivy League schools teaching world’s future leaders how to protect the environment. Uniforme is brand that is known for its ecologically sound, plastics-free approach to fashion design. The collection mixes conscious minimalism and uncompromising quality, with military inspired motifs. A segment of the collection pays homage to the American botanist John Ernest Weaver and nature’s raw beauty.
Fashion photographer Enzo Farrugia captured the lookbook featuring model Lamine at The Claw Models. In charge of styling was Benoit Martinengo, with beauty from makeup artist Valentine Perrin Morali. Casting direction by Christopher Landais.
“College stripes lend distinctive flair to a navy loden coat with white lining or lend an extra dash of character to cozy ribbed sweaters, while a cross on the breast pocket of a thick navy wool jacket evokes the fraternity life and patch elbows recall a hallmark of campus style. Shirts are by turns fluid or boxy, in solid earth tones or checks. The rugby polo informs a versatile popover overshirt with tapered sleeves and a small, practical flap pocket in back; a wax coated Econyl®️ shirt is designed to take on the patina of time. Generously cut, pleated trousers include tobacco-colored chinos in cotton gabardine, forest green corduroys, and a workwear-inspired jeans/chino hybrid with deep cuffs. The brand’s signature shorts in double cotton weave, like its collared sleeveless sweater, call to mind vintage uniforms. A military-inspired dark navy overshirt in zero-emission Italian wool reflects the brand’s commitment to natural, small-batch sourcing, and proudly retains its original flecked aspect while also sporting savvy details like a beveled inner pocket.” from UNIFORME