London-based brand Tourne de Transmission delivers another round of bold, monochromatic threads for the Fall/Winter 2014 season.
Appropriately titled DISORDER, the line draws inspiration from the Asian youths of Bow in east London, specifically referencing their effortless fusion of ethnic dress and contemporary casual wear.
“I have been observing the local youths in the area of east London I live in and have always been fascinated by the way they mix traditional apparel with modern casual wear,” said Graeme Gaughan, TDT creative director. “I wanted to push this idea further and create a collection of contemporary menswear as if realized by the nomads of North Africa.”
Continuing its signature black-and-white color palette, TDT emphasizes the nomadic vibes of the Saharan plains through oversized fits, elongated hems, and suggested layering. The prints throughout the collection nod to the Arabic landscape as the geometric patterns were created from satellite images of sand storms and the Atlas Mountain range.
Standout items include a multi-toned biker jacket, an all-over print bomber, a clean logo crew neck, and a solid lamb leather parka.
Look below to see more images of DISORDER collection, which is currently available at TDT’s online store.