Menswear publication Visual Tales presents its latest editorial featuring the upcoming Spring/Summer 2015 collection from designer Siki Im.
Photographed by Jerry Buttles and styled by David Vandewal, the shoot exudes a dark futuristic vibe that perfectly reflects the line’s human vs. machine concept. Modern geometric shapes are used to reference robotic structures while airy, raw-edge fabrics retain an organic element throughout—illustrating the dichotomy between humanity and technology.
Items like bombers, soft blazers, ultra-wide trousers, and trench coats are presented in dark, monochromatic textiles that are accented by vibrant, hand-dyed fabrics. But the standout item within this collection has to be Siki Im’s signature sleeveless kimono robes crafted with Japanese silk.
Take a look at the Visual Tales editorial below. And be sure to keep your eye for the launch of the Human/Machine collection early next year.